Sandra Kalniete was appointed foreign minister in November. A former ambassador to France who speaks four languages fluently, she is traveling abroad almost weekly as Latvia hustles to meet its deadlines for joining the EU and NATO. Ieva Tüna spoke to the minister about her first five whirlwind months on the job.What are the key points on the ministry's current agenda?European integration, NATO integration. We would also like to contribute in strengthening the role of the United Nations after the crisis the U.N. went through.We are also elaborating a new foreign policy doctrine, which will ...
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