RIGA - Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis (Unity) on Jan. 31 met with the newly elected European Parliament President Martin Schulz and agreed to cooperate closely when drafting the European Union’s multi-annual budget for 2014-2020 so that it would be based on the principles of balance and fairness, reports LETA. Dombrovskis emphasized that it is important for Latvia to ensure that the bloc’s next financial perspective maintains sufficient support for its cohesion policy aimed at smoothening Europe’s regional differences.“The current proposal from the Europe...
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