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    Latvia highly values Slovenia’s participation in NATO enhanced presence battle group – Vejonis

    RIGA, June 5 (LETA) – Latvia highly values Slovenia’s participation in NATO's enhanced presence battle group in Latvia, strengthening security of Latvia and the whole region, said Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis during his meeting with Slovenia’s President Borut Pahor in his residence in Ljubljana today.

    The President’s Chancellery said that the goal of the meeting was to discuss the opportunities of both countries to further strengthen bilateral relations, cooperation in the European Union, NATO, and international organizations, as well as regional cooperation in the framework of the Three Seas Initiative

    “We see good opportunities to expand the political dialogue and economic relations between Latvia and Slovenia, especially in relation with manufacturing of high added value products,” Vejonis said.

    On Thursday, June 6, Vejonis will participate in the Summit of the Three Seas Initiative in Brdo, Slovenia, to provide political support for transnational and regional projects and thus contribute to shaping the united, secure, and competitive Europe.

    The Three Seas Initiative unites 12 EU countries geographically located between the Adriatic, Baltic, and Black Seas that is Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Hungary.

    • Published: 05.06.2019 16:35
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