Security Issues to Top EU's Agenda during Latvia Presidency
Ljubljana, 16 January - Presenting Latvia's priorities during its six-month EU presidency, Ambassador Imants Liegis told the press in Ljubljana on Friday that in the light of the recent terrorist attacks in France the country's priorities had changed, with anti-terrorist measures and security issues moving higher on the agenda.
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