Minister for Children and Families Ainars Bastiks of Latvia

Bastiks said the Government of Latvia continued making efforts to ensure better social and economic conditions for its residents.
Bastiks said his country had one of the most liberal citizenship laws and that in the last 10 years, 117,674 persons had obtained Latvian citizenship.
Bastiks said the Government of Latvia recognized that it should continue its efforts in improving the situation of family and children to achieve the best possible standards in that area.
Bastiks was also nominated for the post of party chairman but withdrew, making Slesers the sole candidate.
On 8th on May ambassador of Lithuania Antans Vinkus visited the ministry to speak about cooperation opportunities and experience exchange.
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