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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Saturday, 23.08.2014, 14:24

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Vilks becomes longest-serving finance minister of Latvia

Vilks becomes longest-serving finance minister of Latvia

22.08.2014

Finance Minister Andris Vilks (Unity) has become the longest-serving finance minister of Latvia.

Keyword tags: EU – Baltic States, Financial Services, Latvia, Legislation



Latvian healthcare needs additional EUR 40 mln in 2015

Latvian healthcare needs additional EUR 40 mln in 2015

22.08.2014

The next government of Latvia will have to additionally allot at least EUR 40 million to the healthcare sector in 2015, Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma (Unity) told the press representatives yesterday, cites LETA.

Kazocins: Russia's goals are short-sighted

Kazocins: Russia's goals are short-sighted

22.08.2014

"Russia's goals are actually very short-sighted", believes the former head of the Constitutional Protection Bureau, Janis Kazocins, reports LETA.


delfi.lv more popular than Inbox.lv in July

delfi.lv more popular than Inbox.lv in July

22.08.2014

News portal delfi.lv has registered a significant increase in the number of visits in July 2014, getting ahead of the long-time leader Inbox.lv for the first time, according to data provided by the Internet research company Gemius, cites LETA/Nozare.lv.

Aboltina: close relations between Baltics and Germany is Latvia's priority

Aboltina: close relations between Baltics and Germany is Latvia's priority

22.08.2014

Saeima Speaker Solvita Aboltina (Unity) yesterday thanked the visiting President of the Bundestag, Norbert Lammert for Germany's solidarity with and support for Latvia, and stressed that close relations between the Baltic States and Germany is a priority in Latvia's foreign affairs.

22.08.2014

Latvian coalition agrees on measures necessary to support local producers

The Coalition Council has come to agreement on the measures necessary to support local agricultural producers in procurement procedures, Unity's Saeima group leader Dzintars Zakis informed the press representatives yesterday, reports LETA.

22.08.2014

Retired admiral: Baltic countries need “to beef up” their eastern borders

Taking into consideration the developments in Ukraine, the Baltic countries need to beef up their eastern borders, the retired fleet admiral Andrejs Mezmalis, who has served in the U.S. and Latvian armies, said in an interview on Latvian State Radio yesterday, cites LETA.

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