The National Armed Forces (NBS) received a new personality assessment tool developed by Latvian scientists, reported Latvian Radio on May 28.
Last year, NATO interceptors responded about 200 times to unauthorized approaches to Baltic airspace, representatives reported on May 25.
The Rīga-based NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence (STRATCOMCOE) has another in its series of online conversations taking place this week.
Latvia's National Armed Forces, together with the Estonian Armed Forces, has placed an order with Swedish company Saab Dynamics AB for the supply of a new 'Carl-Gustaf M4' anti-tank weapons.
The Rīga-based NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence (STRATCOMCOE) offers up another online discussion May 20, with Asia the center of attention this time.
The latest online discussion from the Rīga-based NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence (STRATCOMCOE) takes place May 13, with the subject in focus being "Russia’s footprint in the Western Balkan information environment".
The Rīga-based NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence (STRATCOMCOE) hosts another in its series of online discussions May 6.
With people increasingly turning to nature for relaxation, the increasing number of reported brown bear sightings is just one of several indications that bear numbers have increased in Latvia, according to the Nature Conservation Agency (DAP) on April 28.
One of Latvia's security services, the Constitution Protection Bureau (SAB), published its annual overview of its activities in 2019 on April 27.
The Rīga-based NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence (STRATCOMCOE) returns April 28 with the third of its online discussion and question-and-answer sessions.
Wednesday 22 April will see the Rīga-based NATO Strategic Communicaitons Center of Excellence (STRATCOMCOE) presenting the second in a series of virtual interviews and interactive question and answer sessions.
Wednesday 15 April will see the Rīga-based NATO Strategic Communicaitons Center of Excellence (STRATCOMCOE) breaking new ground with the launch of a series of virtual interviews and interactive question and answer sessions.
China and Russia have been the main sources of disinformation during the Covid-19 novel coronavirus pandemic, but Latvia is well prepared for the situation compared to many other countries, NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence Director Jānis Sārts told Latvian Radio on April 8.
Latvian Defense Minister Artis Pabriks signed a technical agreement providing for the inclusion of Estonia in the creation of a common army mobility system with Finland, according to Latvian Defence Ministry Military Public Relations Department Senior Press Division Coordinator Roberts Skraučs on April 6.
Latvian President Egils Levits delivered a special message to NATO personnel April 4, marking the 71st birthday of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in which he thanked them for their contribution to Latvia's security. You can read the text below and see him deliver the mesage in English above.
One of Latvia's intelligence services, the State Security Service (VDD) published its annual review of 2019 March 17, and it makes for interesting reading.
The United States Army announced March 16 that it was suspending all movement of personnel and equipment from the United States to Europe and the cancellation of a series of military drills, including the 'Saber Strike' exercises conducted in the Baltic States.
The World Wildlife Federation in Latvia is contacting potential volunteers to help in the event of oil spills in Latvian waters, according to a Latvian Radio broadcast on March 16.
One of Latvia's security agencies, the State Security Service (VDD) said March 2 that two weeks earlier - on 17 February - it had asked the Prosecutor General's office to initiate criminal proceedings against a Latvian citizen for attempting to recruit one of its employees as a Russian spy.
Latvia added its voice February 21 to condemnation from the United States and United Kingdom of a massive cyber-attack that targeted Georgia on 28 October, 2019.
A new building for Latvia's intelligence service, the Constitution Protection Bureau (SAB) will be built next to the former Brasa Prison in Riga, at 1A Upes Street, the LETA news agency has learned.
European Union and NATO partner Luxembourg is to help Latvia reduce pollution and environmental damage at its military sites, the Defense Ministry said in a February 12 press release.
Latvian President Egils Levits has suggested supplementing the bill on Amendments to the Electronic Mass Media Law to include a stipulation that TV service providers must provide subscribers with TV programs distributed in Latvia as part of the basic program package, and if additional TV programs are included, then at least 80% of them should contain content originally created in a European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA) official language, according to the Chancery of the President of Latvia on February 11.
Latvian Defense Minister Artis Pabriks and Finnish Defense Minister Antti Kaikkonen signed a technical agreement on developing a common army mobility system based on the Finnish-made Patria 6x6 armored wheeled combat vehicle, according to both defense ministries on January 29.
Latvian and Finnish defense ministers hope to sign a technical agreement about the creation of a common armored vehicle system, and possibly later purchase, according to the Ministry of Defense on January 29.
Latvia's Defense Ministry unveiled a (hopefully not) eye-catching camouflage for military personnel January 28 at the opening of a new depot for the storage of military equipment in Rīga.
The Rīga-based NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence (STRATCOMCOE) has published the latest edition of its academic journal Defence Strategic Communications.