In order to straighten out Latvia’s eastern border, which is also an external border of the European Union, several dozen million euros are needed, outgoing Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma told members of the press after a Cabinet meeting Tuesday.
During a closed meeting on Jan. 12, the government reviewed the Interior Ministry’s report on the control and security of Latvia’s eastern border.
The financing to straighten out the border will come from several sources — from allies, from the European Commission, as well as from the state bud...
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