Latvia - Level 3: Reconsider Travel
Reconsider travel to Latvia due to COVID-19.
Latvia is a stable democracy with a developing economy. Most tourist facilities found in a western European city are available in the capital city of Riga, however, some of the goods and services taken for granted in other countries are not yet available in other parts of the country.
?I completely decided that this is my country?
Syrian Aladin, who fled his country to Latvia, discussed identity, home and belonging with Lalita, who fled her home country Latvia during World War II.
Latvian ministry issues apology over military drill after social media backlash
The Latvian defense ministry has apologized to residents in the capital city Riga for the scare caused by a huge military exercise in the city center, news ...
8 days in Latvia & Lithuania Itinerary
Nestled between Estonia and Lithuania, Latvia has a small but developing tourist industry and the country is authentic and welcoming. The Baltic coast stretches 500 km (310 mi) along Latvia's northern ...
Prince Charles charity\'s partnership with Latvian tycoon and ex-Blackpool FC owner questioned
Prince Charles's charitable foundation went into business with Latvian tycoon and ex-Blackpool co-owner Valeri Belokon, who was later convicted of money laundering and faces a 20-year jail term.
University of Latvia
The University of Latvia is one of the largest and most prestigious higher ... with a growing number of programmes offering English-language teaching. The institution is committed to international ...
Albanian startups level up with the help of the EBRD support programme
Scaling startups is hard. Even more so when done from small countries far away from large, international markets. Startups from Albania, a country with a population of 2.86 million, are [?] ...
How distrust and disinformation have left Latvia lagging on vaccine rollout
"From the very beginning, all governmental information has been available in both languages, and often also in English." The parallel information spheres in Latvian and Russian are perhaps finally ...