RIGA - Latvia’s Finance Minister Andris Vilks presented to the Council of the European Union’s Eurogroup his country’s progress towards joining the eurozone, as well as informed Eurogroup members of Latvia’s current economic situation, achievements, as well as future goals, reports LETA.“After presenting our position, no one had any questions! We received unanimous support for our achievements, and we were told to continue moving foward!” the finance minister wrote in his Twitter account, adding that this was his first time attending a Eurogroup mee...
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