Large investments still have to be made in improving Latvia’s eastern border in the coming years before it can be considered appropriately equipped, Latvian Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis (Greens/Farmers) said after a visit to the country’s eastern border on Friday.
Kucinskis visited several border checkpoints, a training centre, and an aviation centre of the Latvian State Border Guard and also inspected the border with Russia. He was informed about the equipment and technologies used by the border guards to monitor the situation on the Latvian borders.
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