Around 30% of energy infrastructure in Ukraine has been hit by Russian missiles since October 10, Ukraine’s Energy Minister Herman Halushchenko has said. “We send this message to our partners: we need to protect the sky,” he said. “Russians are not playing games on international laws. They don’t care about any kind of international agreements…Details
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Power engineers and emergency teams have restored power supply in most of the cities and villages de-energized after Russian missile attacks on critical infrastructure on October 10, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has reported on Telegram. “For the second day in a row, the terrorist state continues its massive attack on energy infrastructure facilities. On October…Details
As the Lithuanian parliament, Seimas, starts deliberating the 2023 government spending bill, Finance Minister Gintare Skaiste says the primary focus is on supporting households and business in shouldering high energy prices. “The government is presenting the budget bill today, and we see it as a kind of shield to protect the population in this uncertain…Details
Igor Ivanov from Malaiesti, Orhei, runs an agricultural household that owns 19 hectares of orchards. To export fruit to the community market, he had to plant new trees, of a different generation. Last year, he delivered three loads of plums to Germany, but for that he needed international certification and had to comply with certain…Details
The government has introduced price caps on electricity bills for SMEs, social institutions and households in an effort to protect them from soaring energy costs. From December 1 until the end of 2023 the maximum electricity tariff for SMEs and institutions such as orphanages, schools and hospitals will be set at PLN 785 (EUR 161)/MWh,…Details
Up to GEL 3 billion ($1.08 billion) will be invested in infrastructure development across Georgia next year with the construction of highways remaining a priority, infrastructure minister Irakli Karseladze has said, while discussing the next year’s state budget. “This is a historical maximum”, said Karseladze of the amount of money allocated for his office in…Details
Marlena Malag, the family and social policy minister, said on October 11 that the government wanted to permanently add remote working to the Labour Code in order to make it easier for people to work from home. The minister referred to a news story in the Rzeczpospolita newspaper claiming that the government wanted to encourage…Details