Edited by Ieva Mina* [Editorial Notes: 1. Republic of Latvia Materials on International Law 2008 (RLMIL 2008) have been classified according to the Recommendation (97)11 of 12 June 1997 of the Committee of Ministers of Council of Europe, as applied by the British Yearbook of International Law from the year 1997, with certain minor amendments. 2. The RLMIL mostly concern the opinions made by the institutions and officials of Latvia. In case it has not been expressly stated otherwise, the institutions and officials mentioned in the RLMIL are those of the Republic of Latvia. 3. One of the central events of 2008 in Latvia was celebration of 90th anniversary of the Latvian State that raised reflections on legal issues on Latvian statehood. The State President and the Chairman of the Parliament addressed the issues of invasion of Latvia in 1940, occupation regime and State continuity. In the international context, the State President and the Minister of Foreign Affairs addressed the legal issues arising out of the Georgian-Russian conflict, which took place in August 2008. The State President has touched upon the issue at the UN General Assembly 63rd session asking whether the international community can accept that peacekeeping
Baltic Yearbook of International Law Online – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2009
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