30 January 2002 RIGA, 30 January (LETA)--Latvia now has a leading position among the candidate countries in the NATO enlargement process, Parliament's representative at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, Aleksandrs Kirsteins, told a press conference today. Kirsteins pointed out in particular that the NATO Parliamentary Assembly considered Latvia's membership action plan (MAP) for NATO as the […]

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