Latvian delegation headed by Saeima Speaker Smiltēns visits Lviv region

Latvian delegation headed by Saeima Speaker Smiltēns visits Lviv region

A delegation from the Republic of Latvia, headed by Speaker of the Saeima Edvards Smiltēns, is paying a visit to the Lviv region.

The relevant statement was made by Lviv Regional Military Administration Head Maksym Kozytskyi on Telegram, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

Kozytskyi thanked Latvia for invaluable political, financial, humanitarian and military aid provided to Ukraine from the first days of the Russian invasion. In particular, Latvian partners provided more than EUR 300 million in military support.

Additionally, Kozytskyi expressed gratitude to Latvian friends for the power generators, food products, drugs, medical equipment and other humanitarian assistance delivered to the Lviv region.

As part of the meeting, the parties discussed the opportunities for deepening cooperation between Latvia and the Lviv region in terms of investment, agriculture and culture.

The parties also touched on raising Latvian investments in the construction of housing facilities for the internally displaced persons, as well as the renovation and repair of health facilities. The Lviv region receives evacuation trains from the areas of hostilities on a daily basis, and the number of local residents has increased respectively.

Photo: Maksym Kozytskyi, Telegram


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