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Poland: debt to GDP on downward path

Poland’s public debt in relation to GDP continues on downward trend, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has announced. On July 26, Morawiecki published Eurostat data on the Polish debt-to-GDP ratio on social media. According the EU statistical office, in the first quarter of 2022 Polish public debt reached 51.9% of GDP, in the fourth quarter of…


Ukraine: defense industry presents exhibition stands at IDEF’23 in Istanbul

Ukrainian defense companies and enterprises have displayed their stands at the IDEF’23 International Defense Industry Fair. President of the Republic of Turkiye Recep Tayyip Erdogan addressed the participants via video link, having welcomed exhibitors and guests from different countries. The IDEF’23 exhibition displays the stands of the National Association of Ukrainian Defense Industries (NAUDI) and…


Baltic States: ministers agree to synchronise power grids with Europe by early 2025

Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian energy ministers agreed in Riga on July 25 to jointly work towards synchronisation of their countries’ power grids with continental European grids until February 2025 at the latest. The documents enshrining the agreement are to be signed between the Baltic prime ministers and transmission system operators in early August. As part…