Vytautas Landsbergis sent a letter to Riga’s Mayor Nils Usakovs
Dear Mayor Ušakovs,
Being acknowledged about the situation of the Museum of Occupation of Latvia, I am very much concerned about the evident efforts to jeopardize its functioning.
Maybe, it was a mistake to relocate the Museum into a limited space and unattractive “temporary” premises before the final permit for a new Building was issued. It is for an opinion of the Latvian Government, if the group of Latvian architects blocking with their last-minute protest that so needed issue is indeed Latvian, or what are the purposes of Riga City bureaucracy stating on detrimental delay just in advance of the 100th anniversary of the Latvian state in 2018.
My opinion is, if the obstacles are not removed immediately, or even in any case, the expositions of the Museum could be relocated back, where they had their proper, undisputed premises.
Former Highest Official of the Republic of Lithuania in 1990-1992
Member of the European Parliament in 2004-2014
The staff of the Museum of the Occupation of Latvia salutes the 105th anniversary of the Proclamation of the Republic of Latvia!
French delegation including Her Excellency Catherine Colonna, Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs of the French Republic, visited the Museum
Guided tour in the old town of Rīga: "Resistance to the communist occupation regime and restoration of independence"
On 8 September 2023, a delegation from the Flemish region of the Kingdom of Belgium visited the Museum:
Tour map “Resistance to the Communistic Occupation Regime and the Renewal of Independence”