The citizens expect the EU to offer solutions to specific problems therefore the EU must keep up efforts to strengthen economic competitiveness and security, Latvian parliament speaker Inara Murniece (National Alliance) said during the international conference "Baltic EU Conversations 2018: Is Europe Back?" in Riga on March 23.
Referring to the general elections scheduled in Latvia this fall, Murniece said that security, jobs and availability of medical services and education mattered to people most. People want specific solutions and reforms, not populist speec...
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