European-Latvian Institute (EUROLAT)
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1993-04-05 Riga Latvia
5 Apr 1993, Riga (Latvia), an agreement of establishment having been concluded with E-XE1704 - European Academy of Sciences and Arts (EASA), 21 Oct 1991. Original title: European-Latvian Institute for Cultural and Scientific Exchange, Riga (EUROLAT) -- Europas-Latvijas Instituts Kulturas un Zinatnes Apmainai. Subsequently changed title to European-Latvian Institute of LAS and EASA, 28 Mar 2006, when statutes were adopted and became a joint institute of EASA and Latvian Academy of Sciences (LAS). Also referred to previously as Baltic Sea Institute.
Encourage development and disseminate information on core activities of EASA; organize supporting events in Latvia; facilitate cooperation between LAS and EASA.
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