RIGA - After months of preparations, and months before that of negotiations at the EU level, all the while interspersed with protests and fierce debates, Latvia is finally ready to admit its first ten refugees from the EU resettlement program.
They will arrive in January, the first of up to 776 that the Latvian government has agreed to take in over the next two years. Normunds Garbars, the head of the Latvian State Border Guard, said as such in an interview with LNT commercial TV channel on Monday Dec. 14.
Garbars said that Latvian representatives are leaving for...
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