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Port of Corrientes

Port of Corrientes is located on the left bank of the Paraná River in the North-Eastern Argentina. The port handles oil products, containers, dry bulk cargoes and timber. It also can accommodate passenger ships and recreational vessels.

In April 2016 between Freeport of Riga Authority and the province of Corrientes was signed the protocol of intent with the aim to enhance cooperation of both ports, particularly in the following fields: exchange of information between both port communities; port standards, regulations, rules and provisions; management and enhancement of port public domain; development of different port cargoes; port management and engineering; protection of port environment, safety and security; maintenance of port facilities; information systems.

The Port of Santander

The Port of Santander is located on Spain's northern coast, in the capital of the autonomous community of Cantabria. 
On 8 May 2001, a sister-ports agreement was entered into with the Port of Santander (Cantabria, Spain) for the purpose of achieving a stable institutional cooperation model between the Port Authorities. This agreement promotes trade and business relations among enterprises and companies of the port association, exchange of the latest information, establishing of a working group with the view to analyse the possibilities of attracting new technical and financial resources.

The Port of Le Havre

The port of Le Havre is situated on the right bank of the River Seine estuary in the North-Western France. It is the second largest port in the country.
The main purpose of the cooperation agreement, which was entered into in 2004 with the port of Le Havre, is to promote the information exchange regarding the port development and environment protection issues.

The Port of Casablanca

The port of Casablanca is located on Morocco’s North-western shores, on the Atlantic Ocean. It is the one of the largest and the most important ports in Morocco and North Africa. The port is also considered to be the largest artificial port in the world. 
A cooperation agreement between the Freeport of Riga Authority and Casablanca Port was signed in the end of 2008. The agreement stipulates the identification and implementation of all necessary measures with the aim to promote international cooperation of port services in property management and development areas, by using the latest IT solutions in cargo storage and inventory control.

The Port of Rijeka

The port of Rijeka is located on Kvarner Bay off the Adriatic Sea and lies on a narrow strip of land between the Adriatic and the Julian Alps. It is the most important and largest port in Croatia. 
In 2008, the Freeport of Riga Authority signed a cooperation agreement with the port of Rijeka. The main purpose of the agreement is the exchange of information and experience regarding the flow of goods, application and introduction of new port technologies, the ports’ development and security measures, environmental protection, as well as potential clients. The agreement also provides a framework for a joint advertising support and for miscellaneous activities.

The Port of Santos

Located in the city of Santos, this port is the largest of Brazil and one of the busiest ports of Latin America. The Port of Santos is especially important for the São Paulo state’s economy. 

On 11th July 2011 the Port of Santos and the Freeport of Riga signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the aim to promote more active cooperation between the two ports. The Parties shall exchange information on port standards, regulations and laws that may contribute to the development of both Parties, and improve the efficiency of port operation. In particular, it refers to the port computerization procedures. The signatories of the Memorandum agreed on cooperation, with a view to identify actions to be taken in order to promote trade between the two countries.

The Dante B. Fascell Port of Miami-Dade (Port of Miami)

The Dante B. Fascell Port of Miami, now stylized as PortMiami, is a seaport located in Biscayne Bay in Miami (Florida, United States). PortMiami is recognized as the "Cruise Capital of the World" and "Cargo Gateway of the Americas". Today it is the largest and busiest cruise port in the world.

On 8th July 2014 the Dante B. Fascell Port of Miami-Dade and the Freeport of Riga signed an International Sister Seaport Agreement.

Port “Puerto Fenix”

Puerto Fenix is a private multifunctional port in Paraguay that is located in the city of Mariano Roque Alonso, north of the capital Asuncion, on the bank of Paraguay River. It also operates as a cargo distribution center by providing cargo consolidation, warehouse and customs services.

On 1 July 2016, the cooperation agreement was signed between Freeport of Riga Authority and the General Authority of the Asuncion, port “Puerto Fenix”. It stipulates the free exchange of information related to activities in each port, seeking of opportunities for cooperation in developing both ports with the aim to improve their efficiency, and the cooperation with members of their port communities to identify the necessary activities to promote the development of trade between the two countries.

Batumi Sea Port

Batumi Sea Port is located on the coast of Black Sea in the southwestern part of Georgia. Although the main part of the cargo turnover consists of oil and oil products, the port can handle any type of cargo as well as accommodate passenger ships.

On 6 October 2016, the Freeport of Riga and the Batumi Sea Port signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the aim to jointly work on exploring issues of common interest and look for areas of future cooperation.

The port of Lianyungang

The port of Lianyungang is a port of China, located on Haizhou Bay on the coastline of Jiangsu Province. Port handles inland and international cargo, providing combined maritime-railway transport services and solutions. 

In September 2017, a Memorandum on Strategic Cooperation was signed between the Freeport of Riga Authority and the Port of Lianyungang, with the goal to promote the development of multi-modal transport services and solutions in the Eurasian land transport corridor.

The Port of Shenzhen

The Port of Shenzhen is one of the largest and fastest-growing container ports in the world. The port handles on average 560 container ships a month.

In June 2018, between the Freeport of Riga and the Shenzhen Port, was signed an agreement on the establishment of sister port relationship. This agreement is aimed at promoting cooperation between the two ports as well as actively exchanging information and experience in port planning, management and development