At the closing panel of the Northern Future Forum, Prime Minister of Latvia Valdis Dombrovskis emphasised that the main aim of the forum is to acquaint country leaders, experts and researchers with new ideas and to gain new impulses.
On February 28, a Northern Future Forum was held in Riga. It gathered around 100 participants - Prime Ministers and delegates. The delegates included more than 50 experts, researchers and entrepreneurs representing nine countries: the United Kingdom, Denmark, Estonia, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Finland and Sweden.
Tomorrow experts from nine countries will meet in the Northern Future Forum to discuss the green economy's competitiveness and reducing the digital divide. We would like to remind that it will be possible to watch all forum discussions, as well as the opening and closing panel live via the Forum's website.
This week, the Cabinet of Ministers will open its doors to Prime Ministers and experts of Nordic and Baltic countries, as well as Great Britain, who will arrive in Rīga for the Northern Future Forum to discuss bridging the digital divide in the society and competitiveness of green economy. On February 28, a meeting of the Prime Ministers of Latvia and Great Britain will be held.
A total of 80 journalists from 13 countries will be covering one of the biggest events in international foreign affairs in the world – Northern Future Forum – that will take place in Rīga, Latvia, on February 28.
On Thursday, February 28, Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis will meet Prime Minister of the United Kingdom David Cameron to discuss bilateral relations, including opportunities to enhance economic cooperation, as well as current developments of the European Union.