Latvian President Raimonds Vējonis addressed the main annual gathering of heads of state at the United Nations in New York September 20.
About 80 years ago, a monument to Latvian unity was erected in Rēzekne, eastern Latvia. Twice felled down by the Soviets, the sculpture, officially known as simply 'United for Latvia' but locally known as the 'Māra of Latgale', has come to symbolize the historically rich and culturally complex eastern reaches of Latvia, reports Latvian Radio's Vineta Vilcāne.
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