Members of Latvia's Saeima parliament took to the pitch to play a friendly football match against newly arrived refugees from Syria and Iraq at a refugee centre on the outskirts of Riga, Tuesday. The event was organised by public charity organisation 'Sportforall', within the frame of the annual football week, organized by UEFA partner FareNetwork, which unites sports organisations from across Europe. Referees of the Latvian Football Federation umpired for the match, which aimed to draw attention to the issue of the integration of refugees in host-countries. Latvian authorities wanted to show a friendly attitude towards the refugees, as large protests continue to sweep the country in recent weeks against their arrival to Latvia. According to the decision made by EU interior ministers, Latvia will accept an additional 281 asylum seekers on top of the 250 asylum seekers agreed on earlier, raising the total to 531.
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