RIGAThe government approved on March 4 a national reform plan for NATO integration that outlines areas in which Latvia has to keep working to improve its ability to cope with obligations and responsibilities of an alliance member.The reform plan will serve as the basis for existing NATO members' decision about ratification of the agreement on admitting Latvia to the alliance. The Cabinet discussed the reform plan as a confidential matter, though afterwards Defense Minister Girts Valdis Kristovskis told the press that the Foreign Ministry will submit the document to NATO headquarters in Brus...
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