On his state visit to Germany on April 28-29, Latvian Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will discuss current European Union issues.
These include migration, as well as preparations for the upcoming NATO summit in Warsaw, BNS was told at the Latvian Cabinet of Ministers.
The Latvian prime minister will also visit the Hannover Messe, meet with the prime minister of Lower Saxony, participate in a panel on startups' role in promoting economic growth, plus meet with German and Latvian entrepreneurs.
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