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Ukraine: seven more ships with grain leave ports

On September 13, seven more vessels loaded with Ukraine-produced agricultural crops left Odesa Port, Chornomorsk Port and Pivdennyi Port via the “grain corridor”. The relevant statement was made by Turkiye’s National Defense Ministry on Twitter. “As part of grain shipments, this morning seven more vessels loaded with grain have departed from Ukrainian ports,” the report…


Georgia: PM promises reduction of foreign debt and budget deficit through “unprecedented” economic growth

Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili on September 12 announced amendments to the country’s budget bill to reduce its foreign debt to 40% of the gross domestic product, and budget deficit to 3.2% of the GDP, crediting the “unprecedented, double-digit” economic growth for enabling the moves. Speaking during the cabinet meeting, the Government head said the…


Lithuania: energy subsidies for businesses to put unbearable burden on state

Compensating businesses for rising electricity and gas costs would put an unbearable burden on the country’s budget, Lithuanian Finance Minister Gintare Skaiste has said, adding that the majority of the European Union countries are only providing support for households. “At present, the majority of countries provide support only to households since businesses consume both electricity…