RIGA - President Egils Levits is leaving for the United States today, where he will participate in the UN General Assembly and the World Economic Forum.
Levits will on a working visit to the U.S. until September 27.
On September 24, the pr...
RIGA - Saeima today appointed MP Janis Vitenbergs (KPV LV) as the economics minister today.
Vitenbergs so far was the chairman of the Saeima national economic, rural, environment and regional policy committee and will replace his party member, Ralfs Nemiro, in the position of t...
Latvia‘s broadcast watchdog, the National Electronic Mass Media Council (NEPLP) asked the government to provide private television and radio companies support amounting to 1 mn euros, said NEPLP head Ivars Āboliņš appearing on Latvian Radio March 27.
He said that t...
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