Latvia’s "superheroes" don’t wear masks.

Latvian superheroes do not wear masksAll superheroes are supposed to lead double lives. Latvia’s superheroes are no different, only you won’t find them hiding their secret identities behind masks. Latvia’s superheroes are men and women who have achieved international recognition as world class athletes. But what do they do when they’re not winning Olympic medals and world titles? They’re soldiers!

All aboard! Riga commercial flights will fly during NATO Summit days

RIXRiga International Airport is proving once again that it is a world class operation. Despite the large number of VIP’s arriving for the Riga Summit, no regularly scheduled passenger flights will be cancelled.
Those familiar with other NATO Summits know that the arrivals and departures of heads of state, ministers and their delegations often disrupt regularly scheduled commercial air traffic. But thanks to the NATO Riga Summit Task Force and Riga Airport, Riga’s busy airport will be doing business as usual. Of course, there may be some changes and delays, but those will be kept to a minimum.

Are you a journalist? Read this!

PressThe NATO media accreditation deadline is 22 Nov. Credential distribution will begin in Riga on 23 November with the official opening of the Media Accreditation Center. To apply for credentials or for more media information, please visit the MEDIA section on NATO Riga Summit home page and click on “Media Advisory”.
You can expect a second NATO Media Advisory with more detailed information in the week of
November 6.


Ferdinando Zezza

"As the process of Europe’s integration advances, NATO and the EU are in the favorable situation to develop a common strategic vision

-Ferdinando Zezza,
Italian Ambassador to Latvia