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LATVIA BECOMES MEMBER OF ILO

 LATVIA BECOMES MEMBER OF ILO
 GENEVA, Dec. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The Republic of Latvia has become


the 151st member state of the International Labor Organization. In a letter to ILO Director-General Michel Hansenne, Latvia's Minister of Welfare T. Eninish formally pledged his country to adhere to the provisions of the ILO's constitution.
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 /CONTACT: Don Smyth of the International Labor Organization, 202-653-7652/ CO: International Labor Organization ST: District of Columbia IN: SU:


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