RIGA - This year 451,400 euros have been earmarked in the Latvian Foreign Ministry’s budget for bilateral development co-operation, and the money will be used for new grants and long-term projects, including support to Ukraine in agriculture and the fight against corruption, according to the Development Cooperation Policy Plan for 2016 presented at the meeting of state secretaries.
A grant tender will be organised for development co-operation projects in the EU Eastern Partnership countries — Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine — as well as in Central Asian co...
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