The Nordic Council of Ministers, a forum for Nordic intergovernmental cooperation, has been cooperating with the Baltic states since 1991. Over the past decade, the council's main priorities in cooperating with the Baltics have been the promotion of democracy, public welfare and culture. One of the council's most successful projects in the region has been lifelong learning - about which Secretary General of the Nordic Council of Ministers Per Unckel told Ieva Tuna during a recent visit to Riga.What was the purpose of the council's Riga conference?Its purpose was to summarize 10 very success...
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