Lithuanian Agriculture Minister Kestutis Navickas has survived an opposition-initiated interpellation and retained his post after 64 lawmakers voted in favour of his provided answers to the opposition’s questions. The opposition claimed Navickas not only failed to respond to its comments but also ignored calls of others to communicate and cooperate on topical issues. The minister…Details
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Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has said that the Cabinet of Ministers is beginning preparations for the harvesting campaign, taking into account the challenges facing farmers. “The sowing campaign, despite unprecedented challenges, was successful. According to the Ministry of Agricultural Policy and Food, 75% of last year’s areas have been sown,” Shmyhal said. He added…Details
In May, Ukraine exported more than 1.743 million tons of grains, oilseeds and by-products by all means of transport, up by 80% MoM, informed the Ministry of Agriculture on June 7. Wheat export increase from 9.2 thousand tons in April to 43.5 thousand tons in May, down almost 20-fold YoY (857.8 thousand tons). Barley shipments…Details
The collections to the National Public Budget, managed by the State Fiscal Service (SFS), amounted to 21.7 billion lei (about 1.1 billion euros) in the first five months of 2022, up by 20% YoY. According to SFS, over 9.8 billion lei was collected in the state budget in 2022, up by 26.4%. “Revenues worth 2.2…Details
The Lifosa plant has resumed production after a forced shutdown in April. 240 employees of the enterprise are back to work. Earlier, the European Union authorities imposed sanctions against Andrey Melnichenko, the owner of EuroChem, which owned Lifosa. After that, the accounts of Lifosa were blocked and the plant was forced to stop. Later, the…Details
Due to sanctions, Russia has been unable to sell its electricity to the Baltic countries and Finland since mid-May. Currently Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are only connected to Russia due to being in the same frequency band, which is managed centrally from Moscow. However, as the Baltic States have been trying to maintain a clean…Details
The results of a new opinion poll, released on June 7, indicate that 70% of Poles want to see tax privileges for the Catholic Church abolished. The Ibris survey, done for the private broadcaster Radio Zet, also showed that 23% of the respondents wanted the tax relief to stay. The findings also disclosed that 66%…Details