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Lithuania: minimum wage to rise in 2023

Lithuania’s minimum monthly wage “should increase by between 15% and 19%” next year, Mykolas Majauskas, chairman of the parliamentary Committee on Budget and Finance, said on August 16. “Accordingly, the government should calculate how much the non-taxable personal income threshold should increase so as to somewhat ease the burden on businesses, because a minimum wage…


Moldova: decision to stop importing agricultural products discussed with Russian ambassador

The leadership of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry (MAIA), together with officials of the National Food Safety Agency and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration had a meeting yesterday with Ambassador of the Russian Federation to Chisinau Oleg Vasnetsov. The parties exchanged views on the decision of the Federal Veterinary and…


Lithuania: five training courses for Ukrainian military to be launched

Lithuania is launching five training courses for Ukrainian military personnel, Defence Minister Arvydas Anusauskas said on August 16. “We are starting five training courses for Ukrainians in August,” he said. The courses will be designed for specialists, rather than recruits, to better improve the skills of the Ukrainian military in using Western weapons, Anusauskas said.…