Latvia businesses working in Japan will be provided with a stable tax payment regime that will not be influenced by amendments to Japan’s tax regulations, as stated in Saeima’s report.
«All Latvian exporting companies – those that already export goods to Canada and those that consider doing that – will benefit from the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement,» says Foreign Affairs Ministry’s parliamentary secretary Zanda Kalnina-Lukasevica.
Remembering those killed and injured in last year’s terror attacks, remembrance events are held on Wednesday, March 22, in the Belgian capital.
French investigators have opened a probe into possible emissions tests breaking by the Italian-American car builder Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in relation to its diesel cars.
With the April French presidential election nearing, two leading candidates of the post have positioned themselves in a televised debate.
Since Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov was killed in 2015 near the Kremlin, a group of anti-Kremlin activists has there cared for his makeshift memorial, but authorities are now planning to close the site on a bridge opposite Moscow's Red Square for repair construction works.
The Frenchman, who attacked soldiers in Paris Orly airport over the weekend, had been under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
«The European Union currently faces the biggest problems in the history of its existence. But in such conditions and based on what we’ve achieved so far, we have to achieve a united vision for Europe’s future,» said Gundars Daudze, a member of the Saeima, in his speech in the Italian parliament on Friday, 17 March.
Voicing her views on the call by the government of Scotland to break away from the UK, British Prime Minister has taken a stance against this initiative by the time the UK leaves the European Union.
In discussions about the future of the European Union’s development cooperation policy, Latvia emphasizes the importance of more closely associated security and development.