In April, the total production of industrial enterprises increased by 3.8% at constant prices compared to April 2021, data from Statistics Estonia showed. The biggest fall was in the mining sector. Output increased in two of the three industrial sectors: by 3.7% in manufacturing and by 9.6% in electricity production. In mining, output fell by…Details
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Minister of Energy of Ukraine Herman Galushchenko and Minister of Climate and Environment of Poland Anna Moskwa signed a Memorandum of Intent on cooperation in the field of energy. The document was agreed to boost energy security in Central and Eastern Europe and to drop Russian energy supplies. The memorandum states the intention to restore…Details
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has called on Australia to provide more weapons to Ukraine and proposed including the country in the Australian System of Tariff Preferences. Kuleba held talks with Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong, thanked her for military and humanitarian aid to Ukraine and called on Australia to provide more heavy weapons to…Details
Poland’s Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) fell to 48.5 points in May from 52.0 points in April, economic researcher S&P Global reported on June 1. Economists polled by PAP predicted the PMI would reach 52.0 points in May. According to S&P Global, the reasons for the decline included the war in Ukraine and inflationary pressures. The…Details
Representatives of Lithuania and Turkey signed an agreement in Ankara on June 1, paving the way for Vilnius to acquire Bayraktar combat drones. The country will buy the unmanned aerial vehicle and other equipment with money raised by ordinary Lithuanians and then hand it over to Ukraine, which is fighting a Russian invasion. The fundraising…Details
Poland is ready to develop its infrastructure to transport Ukrainian grain blocked by Russia to the Middle East and Africa, Mateusz Morawiecki prime minister of Poland said on May 31. “I have told our friends in the EU that Poland is ready to change and expand its border, transport, railway and port infrastructures in a…Details
Latvian parliament’s Public Administration and Local Government Committee decided to not support the proposal for giving municipalities the right to fully restrict gambling activities within their respective territories. The proposal was submitted by Seaima deputy Viktors Valainis prior to the third reading of the Law on Local Governments. He proposed “issuing commercial permits and licenses,…Details