From the start, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has alarmed countries across eastern Europe, with fears they could be dragged into the conflict as well. Latvia’s capital Riga is less than 1,000 kilometres from both Moscow and Kyiv. It’s been a full-member of NATO since 2004, but the invasion has shaken the population there. It’s sent millions in military aid to Ukraine, and has called for Western allies to send fighter jets. Egils Levits, the president of Latvia, talks to Al Jazeera from the World Economic Summit Davos in Switzerland.
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