2015 in Latvia
Events in the year 2015 in Latvia.
|President of Latvia||Andris Bērziņš (till July 7)|
|Raimonds Vējonis (from July 8)|
|Prime Minister of Latvia||Laimdota Straujuma||Second Straujuma cabinet|
|Speaker of the Saeima||Ināra Mūrniece|
- January 1:
- January 16 — Latvia to the European Commission was transfer 1.2 billion euros from the 2009 loan.
- May 24 — Aminata Savadogo represents Latvia in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, finishing 19th with a total of .
- June 3 — Latvian presidential election, 2015: Raimonds Vējonis of the Green Party is elected President.
- July 1 — Luxembourg joined the European Union presidency, replacing Latvia;
- July 8 — Raimonds Vējonis replaced Andris Bērziņš in post of President of Latvia.
- October 26 — In Garkalne Municipality on A2 road truck knocked down a children training team of Riga Cycling school, suffered an accident 13 people.
- December 1 — service was transferred to the restored building of the Latvian National Museum of Art.
- December 7 — Prime minister Laimdota Straujuma announced her resignation.
- February 7 — Baiba Caune, cyclist (b. 1945)
- April 5 — Pāvels Kovaļovs, triple jumper (b. 1990)
- September 17 - Ingrīda Andriņa, stage and film actress (b. 1944)
- September 23 — Kārlis Zariņš, opera singer (b. 1930)
- "Latvia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 Grand Final". Eurovision.tv. 24 May 2015. Retrieved 24 May 2015.
- "Šoruden nokulta visu laiku lielākā graudu raža; Latvijā nepietiek glabātavu". La.lv. 2015-11-10. Retrieved 2015-11-14. (in Latvian)
- DELFI. "Kravas auto Garkalnē notriec bērnu riteņbraucēju grupu". Delfi.lv. Retrieved 2015-10-27. (in Latvian)
- Restaurētā LNMM ēka šodien oficiāli nodota ekspluatācijā , tvnet.lv, 2015-12-1 (in Latvian)
- "Aizsaulē aizgājusi Latvijas riteņbraukšanas leģenda Baiba Evīna Caune-Morzika". Evelo.lv. Archived from the original on 2015-12-08. Retrieved 2015-10-27. (in Latvian)
- Mūžībā aizgājusi Latvijas Nacionālā teātra aktrise Ingrīda Andriņa (in Latvian)
- "Mūžībā aizgājis izcilais tenors Kārlis Zariņš". Lsm.lv. Retrieved 2015-10-27. (in Latvian)