RIGA - The Latvian government endorsed an action plan for the adoption of refugees on Tuesday.
The plan, worked out by the Interior Ministry, provides for spending 14,994,027 euros on the creation of a refugee admission system, with the EU expected to contribute 6,525,506 euros of that amount. The remaining 8,468,521 euros have to be earmarked in Latvia’s budget.
The largest financing, worth 9,845,621 euros, has been allocated to the Interior Ministry, including for visits to Greece and Italy to select migrants for resettlement in Latvia, as well as t...
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