PM allows that EU could agree on common Covid-19 restrictions, but promises to primarily protect interests of Latvian residents

  • 2020-09-23
  • LETA/TBT Staff
RIGA - If all European Union (EU) countries are able to agree on common Covid-19 restrictions, Latvia could also agree to them, but the interests of Latvian residents will be given priority in the decision-making process, Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins (New Unity) told Latvian Television this morning. The Prime Minister reiterated his position that the Latvian government, when deciding on Covid-19 restrictions, will be guided by the recommendations of epidemiologists - if they recommend any changes by strengthening or easing the restrictions, the government will do the s...
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