Latvian State Audit: Port managers have forgotten that ports are national property

The fight between Latvian State Audit and managements of the largest Latvian ports has been going on for more than three years. The SA notes that the endless port sorting expectation continues in Latvia. In order to put an end to it, Transport Ministry must introduce regulations regarding the payment of fees for the use of port infrastructure on a legislative level.
Riga Port
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