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⚓On the 22nd of January we organized our International Stakeholder meeting which took place in Riga. During the meeting, the participants were introduced to the Latvian Transport Guidelines and projects of various scales both in Latvia and abroad. 👉The topics covered showed how the various project initiatives are able to help achieve the goals set at the national and international level.
🔸“Projects such as the Baltic Loop are very important for the policy implementation on national level” - was acknowledged by Inta Rozenšteine, representative of the Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Latvia.
🔸“No project, even on a scale like Rail Baltica, will be effective unless synergies are sought,” – this was said by Rail Baltica representative Ģirts Bramanis on behalf of RB Rail Latvia. He encouraged also to use the opportunity and share relevant information and data between Rail Baltica and Baltic Loop! 🔝
🔸 An interesting panel discussion highlighted a number of key issues, where the strongest tackled the issue about paper strategies versus practical implementation.
We visited also Ādaži municipality and Skulte port. For ideas, experience exchange and potential collaboration in the near future.
If you want to know more details about the issues discussed during the meeting, check out the news on our homepage:
🌐 www.balticloop.eu 🌐
🤝🔝Partnership of BalticLoop: Turun ammattikorkeakoulu, Vidzemes plānošanas reģions, Rīgas plānošanas reģions, Ventspils Augsto tehnoloģiju parks, Åbo Akademi, Harjumaa, Region Örebro län
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