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Latvian delegation arrived in Vladivostok

A delegation of Latvia arrived in the Far East on a business trip. The first point of the visit was Vladivostok, where a delegation led by Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Latvia to Russia Astra Kurme in the Primorye Administration met with the Vice-Governor Alexander Rolik.

The parties discussed cooperation between Latvia and Primorye. Alexander Rolik said that today major projects are being implemented in the province in the energy, transport, social, industrial and tourism sectors.

"Since the beginning of the year, 20 investment projects have been implemented," the vice-governor noted.

Mrs. Astra Kurme said that everyone heard about Primorye and Vladivostok. "Your region is mentioned along with Moscow and St. Petersburg, said Astra Kurme. - Latvian entrepreneurs are interested in the prospects for both cooperation with the Primorsky Territory and in terms of entering the APR countries through your region."

Moreover, the Latvian companies have a positive experience of working in Primorye. The Peruza company, which produces technological equipment, has been working here for more than seven years.

Within the framework of the business visit, a round table was organized between Primorsky and Latvian entrepreneurs. It was attended by 13 businessmen from Latvia, who arrived as part of a delegation, and about 70 seaside companies.

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