Ukraine in focus on second day of Riga Conference 2014

Second day of the annual forum Rīga Conference 2014 was filled with lively debate and exchange of opinions among speakers of panel discussions, bringing together high-level foreign security and foreign policy experts, diplomats, politicians, academics, businessmen and journalists.
The Riga Conference 2014. Courtesy of Valdis Kaulins

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