Investments in high-quality education will bring dividends of economic growth in the long term, helping people to achieve prosperity and make better use of the opportunities offered by modern technologies, Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis said during the meeting of the Arraiolos group in Malta.
Vejonis said that Latvia was taking active part in the debate about the future of Europe and the EU, because Latvia was most interested to have a united, secure and prosperous Europe. The Arraiolos meeting in Riga in 2018, when Latvia will mark its centenary, would be the country...
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