China is the world’s second-largest economy with the most advanced transportation system in the world. China is leading the world in terms of transport quality and efficiency, technological innovation, smart and sustainable transport ecosystem developments that are being increasingly internationalised and connected to the rest of the world. Today China is Latvia’s largest two-way trading partner in goods and services in Asia.
New and alternative trade, freight and passenger flow patterns are emerging and developing across the Eurasian continent. It is an opportunity for Latvian to develop and offer integrated multimodal transport services and solutions via Latvia, to promote Eurasian connectivity developments and to attract investments.
The Counsellor’s office of the Ministry of Transport at the Embassy of Latvia in Beijing is primarily responsible to maintain and develop bilateral relations in transportation and logistics by representing, promoting and developing cooperation in aviation, railways, ports, post and communications with the national, provincial and local government, institutions and organisations, state-owned and private enterprises of the People’s Republic of China, as well as to represent the transport and logistics sector of Latvia in the multilateral cooperation projects and initiatives.
Counsellor of the Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Latvia
Embassy of the Republic of Latvia in the People’s Republic of China
Tel.: (010) 8532 3009
Fax: (010) 8532 1925