RIGA - The Latvian parliament on April 3 will host a high-level international conference "60 Years of the European Project" to look back at the history of the European project and to discuss its future, the parliament's press service said.
RIGA - The Finance Ministry proposals for tax policy changes is a good example of a new policy initiative, Finance Minister Dana Reizniece-Ozola (Greens/Farmers) told the press after the Cabinet of Ministers meeting today.
She said that this year the ministries had been asked t...
RIGA - Saeima passed amendments to the National Security Law in the final reading today to ensure government control over the sale of enterprises essential for Latvia's national security.
Saeima is yet to review related amendments to the Commercial Law.
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