Latvia is open to German investment in innovative technologies and renewable energy, especially the development of offshore wind farms, Foreign Minister Krisjanis Karins (New Unity) told his German colleague Annalena Baerbock.
Both officials met in Berlin on Thursday to discuss bilateral cooperation, including in the field of the development of military industry. The Minister thanked his colleague for Germany’s current contribution to the security of the Baltic region.
The foreign ministers noted the high potential for economic cooperation. Karins emphasized that Latvia was open to German investments both in various projects and in innovative technologies and renewable energy, especially the development of offshore wind farms.
In an exchange on topics high on the European and global agenda, the foreign ministers agreed on the need to persist with supporting Ukraine for as long as it takes. At the same time, global partners should be approached, on a continuing basis, concerning their support for Ukraine’s peace initiative.
The Ministers strongly condemned the attacks by the Hamas terrorist organization on Israel and underlined the need for political solutions to sustainable stability in the region.
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