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Number of public administration employees in Latvia above EU average

RIGA - The number of public administration employees in Latvia is above the EU average, according to the Public Administration Reform Plan 2020,...

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Canadians understand need for deployment of troops to Latvia

RIGA - The Canadian nation understands why Canadian soldiers had to be sent to Latvia, Latvian Ambassador to Canada Karlis Eihenbaums said.&...

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Latvian parliament to review tax reform package in final reading on Thursday afternoon

RIGA - The Presidium of the Latvian parliament has called an extraordinary parliament meeting on Thursday afternoon to review the tax reform leg...

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President prepared to initiate dissolution of parliament, if its decisions threatened Latvia's sovereignty

RIGA - Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis is prepared to initiate dissolution of the parliament, if the decisions by the majority of lawmakers t...

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Latvian chief of defense promoted to Lieutenant General

RIGA - Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis today promoted Chief of Defense Major General Leonids Kalnins to Lieutenant General, the president'...

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Russian citizen held for flying drone over Latvian Defence Ministry

Military police have detained a Russian citizen for flying an unmanned aerial vehicle, or drone, over the Latvian Defence Ministry building, Cap...

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Latvia ranked 34th in Global Retirement Index

Latvia has been ranked 34th in the Global Retirement Index 2017 drawn up by Natixis Global Asset Management, which is two positions lower than l...

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Smiltens steps down as deputy head of Unity Saeima faction

Edvards Smiltens, vice-chairman of the Unity party, has stepped down from the position of the deputy head of the Saeima faction and suspended hi...

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Saeima adopts controversial amendments to Credit Institutions Law

Saeima, the Latvian parliament, has adopted the controversial amendments to the Credit Institutions Law that had been sent back to the parliamen...

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Latvia’s Norvik Banka fined 1.3 mn euro, Rietumu Banka - 1.56 mn for violations

The Latvian Finance and Capital Market Commission (FCMC) has fined Norvik Banka with EUR 1.3 million and Rietumu Banka with EUR 1.56 million for...

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