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Georgia: GetJet to resume flights in August 2022

Lithuanian airline GetJet will resume flights in Georgia by offering multiple charter connections between the Baltic States and the country, Deputy Economy Minister Mariam Kvrivishvili has announced. Kvrivishvili said the Baltic States had been “one of the important” tourist markets for Georgia and noted the Government “actively worked” to increase the awareness of the country’s…


Lithuania: MoD almost buys possibly Russia-made equipment for NATO fighters

Lithuania’s Ministry of Defence was going to buy possibly Russia-made equipment for NATO fighter jets, but cancelled the purchase after the media became interested in the acquisition. Last year, the Defence Ministry announced a tender and selected the winning bidder, Baltijos Tiekimas, from which it planned to buy mobile voltage frequency converters. The successful bidder…


Lithuania: first Russian train with sanctioned goods reaches border

Freight traffic between mainland Russia and the exclave of Kaliningrad, which bordered Lithuania, resumed this week, as the first train was undergoing checks on July 26. “Yesterday, the first train set to cross the territory of Lithuania arrived,” Kotryna Dzikaraite, a spokeswoman for Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways, LTG), said. A spokeswoman for the Customs Department…