Latvia is set to land on the moon, as the country plans to launch a robotic mission in 2020 to the lunar orbit.
The country has been one of the biggest proponents of space exploration in Europe.
The aim of the mission is to reach a near-Earth asteroid in the 2020s.
But as Latvia prepares for the trip, its leadership is worried about how long the mission will take and what will happen to the Russian-built Soyuz rocket that will carry the astronauts back to Earth.
It is also worried about the effects of the weather on the mission.
The weather in the Russian capital, Riga, is not good.
The heat and humidity can get worse.
People are worried about food supplies, and many in the country do not have enough money for a vacation.
Latvia is also struggling with the effect of a Russian embargo on the country’s imports of certain goods, such as Russian goods, food and other goods.
Some of these goods have been banned in Russia since 2013, but Latvia will still import them in quantities.
There are some exceptions.
The US is planning to lift a ban on Russian food imports.
It will be able to import some food items that were banned in 2015.
Latvia’s biggest export product, the beef industry, will be allowed to resume its business once the embargo is lifted.
But the country is worried that the Russian embargo will force Latvia to import beef from abroad.
It fears that Russian imports will make Latvia a second-tier supplier of beef.
This would have a negative impact on the domestic market.
The impact of the embargo on Latvia’s beef industry has also been felt in the beef exports to Russia.
The European Union is also considering lifting the embargo.
Some in Latvia have also expressed concern about the economic impact of lifting the Russian ban on beef exports.
A lot of the export companies that are involved in exporting beef are Russian, and some of them are Russian-owned.
They have invested a lot in building up their presence in Latvia, and now it is coming to an end.
The meat market is a very important part of Latvia’s economy.
The government has said that the ban will make it difficult to export beef, but that is not the case.
It may also affect the import of other meat products.
It would be difficult to buy meat from Latvia if there is no beef ban, so it is unlikely that people will be buying beef from Latvia again.
A big part of the country has already decided to leave the EU.
Latvia will also have to import meat from abroad, since Latvia has no beef imports from Russia.
Russia is currently supplying food to Latvia, which is an important part the countrys economy.
Russia exports food to Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Latvia’s former Soviet Republic of Macedonia, Estonia and Latvia’s neighbor Georgia.
But it does not import meat or poultry, which Latvia relies on for its meat and poultry production.
Russia also supplies Latvia with fish and seafood.
Russia has an agricultural alliance with Latvia.
It has been a key part of relations between Latvia and Russia since the 1990s, when Latvia became a member of the Russian Federation.
Latvia, Russia’s largest trading partner, has also extended economic and military cooperation since the fall of the Soviet Union.
The Baltic states, which form part of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet, have also been in Russia’s good graces.