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Ministry of Finance
of the Republic of Latvia
1 Smilsu st., Riga
LV-1919, Latvia

P.: +371-67095405
F.: +371-67095503
E-mail: pasts@fm.gov.lv
info@fm.gov.lv

The Ministers for Finance of the Baltic States have joined in a shared invitation for the European Commission to preserve financially strong European Union (EU) Cohesion Policy, and to make it strategic and results-oriented.

On Thursday, February 22, the credit rating agency S&P Global affirmed its 'A-' long-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings on the Republic of Latvia. The outlook remain positive.

Recent developments as regards the situation with ABLV Bank differ considerably, as compared to 2008, given the stability of the financial sector and high financial performance indicators. The Ministry of Finance (MoF), the regulator of the financial sector - the Financial and Capital Market Commission (FCMC) and the European Central Bank (ECB), in collaboration with the Bank of Latvia, are professionally working in the 24/7 mode to control the situation, fully respecting the interests of the population and entrepreneurs. 

The United States has full confidence that the Government of Latvia will take the necessary steps to uphold the integrity of its banking and financial sector. For many years, we have been working together with Latvia to combat corruption, money laundering, and other threats to international security. Moving forward, the United States supports and will continue to help the Government of Latvia, the Latvian Financial Capital and Markets Commission, and Latvian law enforcement to realize our shared vision of a strong and well-regulated Latvian financial sector.

On Monday, January 15, Japanese credit rating agency R&I upgraded Latvia`s credit rating to A- from BBB+ and assigned stable rating outlook.

On Thursday, December 14, the Minister of Finance Dana Reizniece-Ozola and the State Secretary of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jens Frølich Holte signed the Memorandums of understanding on the Implementation of the European Economic Area (EEA) and Norwegian Financial Mechanism in 2014 - 2021. The memorandums provide to Latvia support in amount of 102.1 million euro, which, for both mechanisms in total, is by 29.15 million euros or 40 per cent more than in the previous period.

Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have agreed to create a pan-Baltic capital market to strengthen their economies and stimulate investment to create jobs with support of the European Commission (EC) and the EBRD.

On Friday, October 27, the international credit rating agency Fitch affirmed its 'A-' long term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings on the Republic of Latvia. The outlook is set stable.

On Friday, September 22, international credit rating agency S&P Global changed Latvia`s credit rating outlook to positive from stable. S&P Global has affirmed the Foreign Currency Issuer Rating at A- .

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