The Central Statistical Bureau, according to the Cabinet Regulation No. 445 of 14 July 2020 "Procedures by which institutions place information on the Internet” (further – regulations No. 445), takes up making its website accessible.

This accessibility Statement concerns website -

The simplified accessibility assessment was carried out for the website. Method applied - “Guidelines for impact assessment and justification of disproportionate burden of compliance with the accessibility requirements imposed on institutional websites” developed by the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development.

How accessible is this website?

Central Statistical Bureau website fully complies with regulations No. 445 due to the reasons listed below.

Non-compliance with requirements listed in regulations No. 445

  • Not found.

Last time this website was assessed on 25.01.2022. Assessment was carried out by Olga Pritula, Senior Specialist of the Information Section.

Assessment document: Report form of the Accessibility Statement (MS Word).

Alternative means of accessibility

To receive contents that currently is inaccessible or in a different format, we suggest you to contact Central Statistical Bureau by sending e-mail to or calling to: +371 67366922.

For feedback and communication

We do our best to continuously improve accessibility of this website.

If you find some problems or imperfections not listed in this Statement, or you would like to receive inaccessible contents in a different format, feel free to contact us.

Phone: +371 67366922
Address: Lāčplēša iela 1, Riga, LV-1301

We will consider your request and provide you with the answer within 7 working days.

Complaint submission

In our institution “Information and Communication Department” is responsible for accessibility of the website.

Phone: +371 67366933

The Central Statistical Bureau is an institution under the supervision of the Ministry of Economics.

Ministry of Economics: Brīvības iela 55, Riga, LV-1519
Phone: +371 67013100

In case of our failure to provide an adequate response to your submission or complaint regarding website accessibility, you may submit a complaint to the Ombudsman of the Republic of Latvia.

Ombudsman's Office: Baznīcas iela 25 Riga, LV-1010
Phone: +371 67686768

About this Statement

This Statement was first prepared on 25.01.2022.

This Statement was approved by Gundega Kuzmina, Deputy Director of Information and Communication Department of the Central Statistical Bureau.