A combination of sunnier weekdays and solar power plants in Estonia have together contributed to higher electricity generation and lower overall daily electricity prices, following record levels set over the autumn and winter. While solar power in Estonia might seem counter-intuitive to some, the lengthening days herald periods of daylight in spring and summer, which…Details
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The Verkhovna Rada has increased budget revenues and expenditures by UAH 67.6 billion, which will be used for the purchase, modernization and repair of weaponry and military hardware. A total of 342 people’s deputies voted in favor of adopting Draft Law No.7167 “On Amendments to the Law of Ukraine “On the State Budget of Ukraine…Details
Ukrzaliznytsia JSC is starting to nationalize Russian railway cars. In general, more than 15,000 Russian railway cars are expected to be nationalized. The relevant statement was made by Ukrzaliznytsia JSC Board Chairman Oleksandr Kamyshin on Telegram. “We are starting to nationalize Russian railway cars, which are staying in Ukraine. This became possible after the President…Details
Remittances to Georgia from abroad reached $183.4 million in February, up by 13.7% YoY, the National Bank of Georgia (NBG) announced on March 15. The largest remittance senders were in Italy ($32.96 million), Russia ($21.94 million) and the United States ($21.10 million), the data also showed. Overall, a vast majority – 93.1% – of all…Details
In January, the number of foreign and resident visitors comprised 79.3 thousand, up 2.1-fold YoY, but twice as less than before the beginning of pandemic in January 2020. As compared to January last year, the number of nights spent by visitors comprised 146.6 thousand nights, up by 84.9%. In January, tourist accommodation establishments hosted 49.9…Details
Solidarumas, a Lithuanian trade union, has suggested nationalizing a Kedainiai-based phosphate fertilizer manufacturer Lifosa the indirect owner of which is subject to EU sanctions. Kristina Krupaviciene, the union’s chairwoman, has presented the proposal to the Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte, saying that the move would help save jobs, government and municipal revenues. Some of the company’s…Details
About 200 types of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)-standard drugs, imported from Turkey, will be available on the Georgian market in about a month, Deputy Health Minister Ilia Gudushauri has said. The Deputy Minister noted a total of 35 types of medicines were already available on the market, with about 50 being submitted to the ministry…Details