On 27-28 October 2022 in Riga (Latvia), parliamentarians and government representatives of the Baltic States will meet for the 41st Session of the Baltic Assembly to discuss current affairs, preparedness of the Baltic society to face the challenges posed by external threats, building resilient, interconnected, and closely coordinated energy systems in the Baltic States, as well as many other issues.
Alongside the Session of the Baltic Assembly, the 28th Baltic Council, a cooperation platform for parliaments and governments, will convene. Members of the Baltic Assembly jointly with representatives of the Baltic Council of Ministers will evaluate the implementation of the joint priorities of 2022 and will define the new objectives of cooperation for 2023.
During the Session, the Baltic Assembly Prizes for Literature, the Arts and Science as well as the Baltic Innovation Prize will also be awarded. Winners of the Baltic Assembly Prize in 2022 are Kai Aareleid (Estonia) in Literature, Šarūnas Sauka (Lithuania) in the Arts and Gustavs Strenga, Andris Levāns, Renāte Berga and Laura Kreigere-Liepiņa (Latvia) in Science.
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