On 23rd October 2014 The President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan during his state visit to Latvia visited the Museum of Occupation. He was welcomed by the Museum’s Board Chairman Valters Nollendorfs and the Museum Director Gunārs Nāgels. The President was introduced to the temporary exhibition and he signed the Museum’s guest book.

The exhibition explores the recent history of Latvia and its struggle for freedom following almost half a century of occupation. The opening ceremony of the exhibition took place in Santa Àgata chapel, Barcelona on October 15 2014. It is organised by the Barcelona Culture Institute in collaboration with the Museum of the Occupation of Latvia. 

Representatives of the Museum of Occupation of Latvia participated in the international conference “Molotov – Ribbentrop 75: Echoes Today” in    Riga on    22 - 23    August. The conference was devoted to commemoration    of    the    victims    of   totalitarianism.    

On 17 July, Masaaki Yamazaki, the president of the House of Councillors, the Upper House of the National Diet of Japan, visited the Museum.