Six refugee health workers from Ukraine, including four doctors and two nurses are to be employed in public health facilities in the country. According to the Ministry of Health, notices were issued for their employment during the state of emergency, after requests were received during this week from the heads of medical institutions. If the…Details
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Georgia has never considered and will not consider construction of a road connecting Georgia with Russia’s Chechnya republic, the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure said in response to media reports on March 17. The ministry made the comment following reports on a Russian Security Council discussion of a road project connecting Georgia to the…Details
Minister of Finance Keit Pentus-Rosimannus (Reform) said that the government was prepared to put together a supplementary state budget to cover expenses on security, growing subsistence benefits in the conditions of inflation and refugees. Supporting refugees in education is estimated to cost dozens of millions of euros. The finance minister said that the war in…Details
On March 17, the Lithuanian parliament Seimas unanimously approved a proposal to increase this year’s national defense funding to 2.52% of GDP. The 2022 budget amendment, allocating 298 million euros in additional funding for national defense, passed the Seimas with 123 votes in favour, none against and none abstentions. The amendment allows the state to…Details
The National Bank of Georgia (NBG) has denied the information on an alleged termination of financial transfers from European countries to Georgia, calling it a “lie and an attempt to mislead the citizens”. A statement by the bank said the rumour followed information from a single Swedish bank about termination of transactions to Georgia, and…Details
In the context of the sanctions imposed by the EU and US Department of the Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), banks in Latvia have frozen funds worth approximately EUR 11.5 million, as reported by Finance and Capital Market Commission (FKTK). According to FKTK, banks in Latvia have identified two private persons who are…Details
Taking into account the current military-political situation, Ukraine International Airlines extends the suspension of regular and charter flights from/to Ukraine until 23:59 April 15, Kyiv time. UIA emphasizes that it stays in touch and will continue to stay in touch with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine. Given…Details