BBC World Questions: Europe and Latvia
The BBC World Service is holding a series of debates across Europe as the continent grapples with the big issues of migration, the economy and security.
The Baltic countries are experiencing challenges and opportunities. In this edition of BBC World Questions, Jonathan Dimbleby invited members of the public in Riga, Latvia, to put questions about how they see the future of Europe to a panel of politicians and thinkers, including the Mayor of Riga, Nils Ušakovs; the Chair of the Saeima Foreign Affairs Committee, Ojārs Ēriks Kalniņš; the Chair of Rail Baltica, Baiba Rubesa; and a high-profile panellist from Sweden Magnus Christiansson, specialising in NATO and Baltic states defence issues.
The broadcast of the disscussion will be
Sunday 13 March
BBC WORLD SERVICE
ILCC Board members Ilze Kreslina and Lilita Berzina participated in the discussion.