26 Nov 2012

Riga Central Market was visited by First Lady of the Republic of Poland, Ms. Anna Komorowski

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During the visit of Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski in Latvia, on November 24, 2012 First Lady Ms. Anna Komorowski visited Riga Central Market.

During the visit, First Lady looked over all pavilions. In the Meat Pavilion she had a word with merchants working in the trade places of food made in Poland, in the private sector of Dairy pavilion tasted hemp butter and cheese, looked over Gastronomy and Vegetable pavilions, and tasted fried lamprey, smoked salmon and eel in the Fish pavilion.

First Lady visited the flower outlets, but most of her attention was attracted by Latvian handicrafts. A. Komorovska spent a lot of time in choosing a traditional Latvian knitwear patterns to their loved ones.

Knitting dealer Vera Gulbinska said that the First Lady interested of mitts mostly. Shopping of First Lady was a big surprise for her, but, of course, a great honor as well. Craftswoman nearby Ludmila Tkacha said that the First Lady bought cap and small mittens for her grandchildren. In conclusion of the visit Ms. Anna Komorowski said she had a pleasure to visit the Central market, as she got a good insight of Latvian merchants and consumers – what do they sell and buy.

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