The Foreign Affairs and European Integration Ministry (MAEIE) has hosted the fifth videoconference of the heads of Moldova’s diplomatic missions from abroad. Agriculture and Food Industry Minister Vladimir Bolea was the guest of the event. Vladimir Bolea said that the agriculture was an important sector and the state was committed to back the latter’s development,…Details
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Traffic movement and municipal transport routes will be restricted on downtown Tbilisi’s Rustaveli Avenue between until December 5 for planned road repair works, Tbilisi city hall has announced. Vehicles are directed from the avenue through Leo Kiacheli and Giorgi Akhvlediani streets in the direction of Merab Kostava Street, and to Heroes Square through Niko Nikoladze…Details
Prices of consumer goods and services (Consumer Price Index, CPI) increased by 17.4% YoY and by 0.7% MoM in November, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) reported on November 30. Economists polled by PAP Business estimated that November’s CPI would reach 18% YoY and by 1.1% MoM. In October, the prices of consumer goods and services…Details
Vilnius launched its Christmas market on November 26, resuming the tradition that was suspended in 2020 and 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Despite inflation, sellers say business is going fine and visitors are happy to pay up to 8 euros for a serving of mulled wine. Karolina, who runs a stand in the Christmas…Details
Despite the constant shelling of the energy system, it remains integral. All regions of Ukraine are connected, except for Kherson region, where the area is densely mined and the damage is very significant, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal stated in his opening statement during a Government session on November 29. According to him, currently, electricity production…Details
Ukraine: cooperation with UK in restoring transport infrastructure seen as basis for economic recovery
First Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Economy of Ukraine Yuliia Svyrydenko and Secretary of State for Transport of the United Kingdom Mark Harper discussed the special importance of infrastructure in preserving the resilience of the Ukrainian people. Destruction of the electricity grid, blocking of ports and other infrastructure damages is a barbaric attempt by…Details
Siauliai municipality in northern Lithuania took a slew of measures to cut energy bills, but stopped the experiment after a month. In October, the Siauliai municipal administration set out to make significant savings. Air conditioner remotes were taken away from employees to prevent them from hiking up the heat. The number of kettles in the…Details