Ramat Mushtabu never imagined that one day he would be living in Latvia. Born in the Middle East, into a family of 10 siblings, he entered the Tashkent Medical University in Uzbekistan with the firm intention of returning home as soon as his studies were over. But by the time Ramat got his degree in traumatology, he had married his destiny: a fellow student who was half-Latvian. Ramat's attempt to bring her home met her mother's objections. Which is probably for the best muses Ramat, who does not think his wife would have liked his country's strict rules.The young family stayed in Tashkent ...
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