RIGA - While the threat level for terrorist attacks remains far lower than anywhere like Paris or Brussels, Latvia’s Security Police are not sitting back, opting instead to tighten security measures throughout Latvia.
In view of the recent terrorist attacks in Brussels, the Latvian Security Police has recommended a number of public transport hubs in Riga to take preventive security measures.
The Security Police recommended on March 22 that Riga International Airport, Riga Central Rail Terminal, and Riga Coach Station increase the number of secur...
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