Latvian PM will take part in online U.S. discussion of post-COVID economy

On Tuesday, June 30, Latvian Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš will take part in an online discussion organized by the U.S. think tank The Heritage Foundation about the recovery of the global economy after the crisis caused by COVID-19.

The discussion will take place from 18:00 to 19:00 Latvian time (GMT +3) and anyone interested can apply to participate in the online discussion - to apply, register on The Heritage Foundation website:

https://www.heritage.org/europe/event/webinar-the-prime-minister-latvia-transatlantic-plan-economic-recovery

According to its website, "The mission of The Heritage Foundation is to formulate and promote conservative public policies based on the principles of free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom, traditional American values, and a strong national defense."  The think-tank was founded in 1973 and says its staff "effectively communicates rigorous conservative policy research to Congress, the Executive Branch, and the American people."

The Heritage Foundation's recent press releases offer consistent support to President Donald J. Trump who is praised for his "strong, calming leadership" in tackling the coronavirus crisis.

"Donald Trump and many Republican Congressmen promised they’d drain the swamp. And Heritage is here to help them do just that!" enthuses the website.

President Trump returned the compliment.

The discussion involving Kariņš will be hosted by Cherise Trump, associate director for coalition relations at The Heritage Foundation.

The discussion will be preceded by another one titled "Responding to the Chinese Communist Party’s Mishandling of COVID-19".

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