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UNESCO and Values: The Baltic Way. ©Latvian National Commission for UNESCO 2011
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UNESCO and Values: The Baltic Way

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Language(s): Latvian subtitles Eng

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Place/Country: Latvia
Type: Interview
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Credits: Asnâte Rîbena, interviewer ; Laura Slaviòa, interviewer. Andris Vilks, interviewee. Latvian National Commission for UNESCO, producer. UNESCO Communication and Information Sector, co-producer.
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