RIGA - Earlier this week, the Council of the European Space Agency (ESA) approved Latvia's accession as an associate member of ESA, which will open up new opportunities for Latvian scientists and entrepreneurs to cooperate with the European space industry, the Education and Science Ministry told LETA.
This will also promote the development of research and studies at higher education institutions, contributing to the development of a higher added value economy in Latvia.
The ESA Convention stipulates that at least 85 percent of Latvia's financing...
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