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rIgARecombinant IgA Monoclonal Antibodies
rIgAReforms in Government Audit (Bangladesh)
rIgARate Integrating Gyro Assembly (avionics)
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"The Riga port has been integral part of Riga since the city was founded, and it is one of the pillars of the city's economy today.
"Riga city council made huge contribution to cultural development of two countries and set good start for cultural dialogue between Riga and Bishkek by proposing us to organize photo exhibition about Kyrgyzstan in Riga," said Abirov.
Commenting on the new service, airBaltic Chief Executive Martin Gauss said, 'Riga is a dynamic city and the key business centre of the Baltic states.
Wolfgang Reuss, senior vice president of Network Management of airBaltic, said: "We are delighted to launch operations between Riga and Sochi for this summer season.
It is planned that around 2,000 people will participate in the parade in the Riga center that is to begin at noon on June 9 and will last for three hours.
Riga has become a multicultural city and is a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site, where each century has left its mark in the city's features.
Given its status as the country's economic engine, Riga is the primary contributor to Latvia's economic rebound.
The Nizhny Novgorod outfit won 4-1 on their last appearance at the Riga arena, which came just 24 hours after a marathon 94-minute encounter ended unhappily for them in the second period of overtime.
Latvian food tends to have a wholesome quality to it, being mostly based around cabbage, potato, beef and pork, but as a busy and vibrant city Riga offers a range of international cuisine.
For cross-training, Riga enjoys running or using the elliptical, and she lifts weights for muscle tone.
Ain?rs lesers, Chairman of the Board of the Freeport of Riga Authority, says: I would like to note that year 2009 was a record year at the Freeport of Riga cargo turnover of almost 30 million tons was achieved.