RIGA - In an interview with the newspaper Neatkariga, European Parliament Member Sandra Kalniete said that Latvia’s population is too small to ensure successful economic development alone, thus it would be worth pondering the creation of a Latvia-Estonia confederation, reports LETA.“I think we have to find new regional cooperation dimensions. Historically, the current territory of Latvia and Estonia once made up Livonia. Latvia currently has over two million residents, while Estonia’s population is 1.7 million. Normal economic development begins with human resource...
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