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    Switzerland — Latvia. Development vector  

    Swiss Ambassador K. Oblensky at the Diplomatic Economic Club on March 5, 2020

    On March 5, Ambassador of the Swiss Confederation in Latvia K. Obolensky at a meeting at the Diplomatic Economic Club spoke about promising areas of economic development and relations between Switzerland and Latvia.

    Club Vice President Oleg Butenko introduced the Ambassador to the club and introduced guests to the Ambassador of Switzerland, Konstantin Obolensky:
    Born in Switzerland in 1971, is a descendant of the Russian princely family Obolensky, originating from the middle of the XVI century. K. Obolensky in the service of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs of Switzerland since 2000, worked in Bern, Tel Aviv, Islamabad and Yerevan.

    The ambassador in his presentation spoke about the development of the country’s economy, the current areas of cooperation between our countries.

    Swiss Ambassador K. Oblensky at the Diplomatic Economic Club on March 5, 2020

    During the meeting, K Obolensky answered numerous questions of club members.

    Oleg Butenko thanked the ambassador for an interesting story, wished him success and prosperity.
    On behalf of the Club, Ambassador K. Obolensky was presented with a book about the history of Latvia in memory of the meeting at the Club.

    Swiss Ambassador K. Oblensky at the Diplomatic Economic Club March 5, 2020 Club Vice President Oleg Butenko opened a meeting at the Club with Ambassador of Switzerland K. ObolenskySwiss Ambassador K. Oblensky at the Diplomatic Economic Club March 5, 2020 Swiss Ambassador K. Oblensky at the Diplomatic Economic Club March 5, 2020 Swiss Ambassador K. Oblensky at the Diplomatic Economic Club March 5, 2020 Swiss Ambassador K. Oblensky at the Diplomatic Economic Club March 5, 2020 Swiss Ambassador K. Oblensky at the Diplomatic Economic Club March 5, 2020 Swiss Ambassador K. Oblensky at the Diplomatic Economic Club March 5, 2020 Swiss Ambassador K. Oblensky at the Diplomatic Economic Club March 5, 2020 Swiss Ambassador K. Oblensky at the Diplomatic Economic Club March 5, 2020

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