Representatives of Latvia’s transport industry participate in the “Transport Week 2020” exhibition in Moscow.

From November 18 to 20, 2020 officials of Latvia’s transport sector are participating in the most important annual event of the Russia’s transport industry “Transport Week 2020” exhibition and forum taking place in Moscow. At the event, Latvian transport industry is represented under joint brand VIALATVIA that includes Freeport of Riga, Liepaja SEZ, Freeport of Ventspils, SJSC “Latvijas dzelzceļš”, Riga International Airport and SJSC “Latvijas Pasts”.

On November 19, Latvian stand was visited by Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Latvia to the Russian Federation, Māris Riekstiņš. During the visit, topics like current events and bilateral co-operation between Latvia and Russia in the field of transport were discussed.

Emphasizing the important role of the transport sector in ensuring mobility during the COVID-19 pandemic, “Transport Week 2020” is happening in person. At the same time, strict security measures are in place to limit the spread of the virus. The exhibition covers an area of 3,700 square meters and is attended by more than 100 participants, including Russian federal agencies, state corporations, private business companies, as well as foreign companies and other organizations related to transport.

In order to promote cooperation all interested parties have the opportunity to attend forum events in online format by registering on the website: In addition, those who are interested have also liberty to see exhibition’s stands:

At the Latvian stand, the transport sector is represented by Anna Bacanova, Transport and Communications Attaché of the Ministry of Transport in the Russian Federation, and Andrejs Bite, Head of the of SJSC “Latvijas dzelzceļš” representation in Moscow. Throughout the exhibition, participants of VIALATVIA companies provide detailed information in an online format.

More detailed information:

Anna Bacanova, Transport and Communications Attaché of the Ministry of Transport in the Russian Federation

Phone + 7 929 69 23 001, e-mail: