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Irregular Latvian fishy fun
We're delighted to say that our favorite YouTuber, Anete Germane, is back with another of her fun and fact-filled Latvian language videos.
Video shows help sent from Latvia to Ukraine
Latvia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has produced a short video showing some of the aid sent to Ukraine from Latvia to help that country's brave fight against Russian militaristic fascism.
DISCUSSION: “European Values and Challenges Today"
On May 12, 12:00-13:00 follow the discussion “European Values and Challenges Today” with the participation of Věra Jourová, Vice-President for Values and Transparency of the European Commission.
WATCH: Future of Jobs conference
Thursday May 12 is the date for a conference titled 'The Future of Jobs 2022' which, as one might expect, considers the future of jobs, employment and labor.
VIDEO: Saldus May 4 military parade
If you would like to watch the parade of military and civilian units in the southern city of Saldus which took place on May 4, 2022, you can do so above.
One on One: Toomas Hendrik Ilves
Former Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves was the guest on the latest edition of LTV's in-depth interview show 'One on One'.
WATCH: OECD presents latest report on Latvia
On March 9, Mathias Cormann, Secretary General of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), is in Latvia to present the OECD's latest Economic Report on the country and deliver recommendations for further development. 
A message from Olha in Kyiv
On March 7 the LSM English-language service found a message in our inbox from a young woman in Ukraine. It reads:
France and Latvia discuss digital sovereignty
On Thursday, February 3, 2022, from 10:00 to 16:30, the Institut Francais in Latvia and the French Embassy in Latvia will organize an online seminar titled “European Digital Sovereignty – French and Latvian perspectives”.
Documentary looks at the tough art of letting go
Latvian Television's documentary film series "Latvian Code" has prepared another film with English subtitles for your enjoyment. The short films feature new and seasoned filmmakers looking at contrasting aspects of life in Latvia.
Foreign policy in focus during January 26 livestreamed event
January 27 will see the annual foreign policy debate taking place in the Latvian Saeima, but one day before that there is an excellent chance to get a grip on Latvia's foreign policy concerns with the latest livestreamed event from the Latvian Institute of International Affairs (LIIA).
Documentary sees Latvian village through eyes of a local
Latvian Television's documentary film series "Latvian Code" has prepared more films with English subtitles for your enjoyment. The short films feature new and seasoned filmmakers looking at contrasting aspects of life in Latvia.
Documentary shows life with horses in Rīga environment
Latvian Television's documentary film series "Latvian Code" has prepared more films with English subtitles for your enjoyment. The short films feature new and seasoned filmmakers looking at contrasting aspects of life in Latvia.
Būris: What will our future foods look and taste like?
Europeans are quite open to new taste experiences when traveling to other continents. But will our food-related future depend upon the adoption of new and sometimes unusual sources of nutrition with some high-intensity farming methods seen as environmentally damaging and unsustainable?
Būris: How to best protect Europe from digital attacks?
From credit card scams to identity theft and manipulation of messages on social media, the European Union faces a huge variety of challenges in the digital sphere. But what's the best way to tackle such issues at EU level?
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