Visit to NATO by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Latvia
The NATO Secretary General, Mr. Jens Stoltenberg will meet the Prime Minister of the Republic of Latvia, Mr. Krišjānis Kariņš, on Wednesday, 2 October 2019.
14:00 Official welcome of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Latvia by the NATO Secretary General – podium in Agora (first movement from Public Square Press Shop at 13:30).
14:45 Joint press point by the NATO Secretary General and the Prime Minister – podium in the Agora (second movement from Public Square Press Shop at 14:15).
The press point will be web streamed live on the NATO website.
Still and video images will be available on the NATO website after the event.
Media permanently accredited at NATO
- Media representatives in possession of permanent NATO media pass can access the NATO HQ directly by tapping their badge at the turnstiles (NATO HQ Guard House South - GHS, media entrance, NATO Headquarters, Boulevard Leopold III 1110).
Ad-hoc accreditation (day-pass)
- Media representatives not permanently accredited and wishing to attend the event are invited to request ad-hoc accreditation directly at NATO HQ Guard House South (media entrance) on Wednesday 02 October 2019 starting from 13:15 (Brussels time). They will have to present a proof of ID/passport and a valid press card (provided by a recognised national professional body of a NATO country – i.e. Government, Professional association, Union of journalists).
- Media representatives not in possession of a valid press card and wishing to attend the event are required to send a scanned letter signed by their editor to the NATO Accreditation Office to NatoAccreditations@hq.nato.int no later than Tuesday 01 October 2019 at 12:00 noon (Brussels time). Please note that given the processing time required for these checks, we cannot guarantee access. Either way, you will receive a confirmation by email.
Please type “LAT” in the subject line of the message.
A security check will take place and all equipment and personal effects carried onto the site will be examined by security personnel. Media representatives are encouraged to arrive with sufficient lead time to allow for security proceedings.