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Kyrgyzstan: Uzbekistan to allocate $50 million for implementation of projects

Uzbekistan will allocate $50 million to Kyrgyzstan for implementation of various economic projects. This was announced at the meeting of the Committee on Economic and Fiscal Policy. The members approved ratification of the agreement on establishment of the Kyrgyz-Uzbek Development Fund. According to it, Uzbekistan will allocate funds to Kyrgyzstan. A board will be created,…


Estonia: government to draw up supplementary budget

Minister of Finance Keit Pentus-Rosimannus (Reform) has announced that the government is planning to create a supplementary budget that will among other things extend payouts of wage support and sick leave compensation. The finance minister has previously said the government prefers using the Unemployment Insurance Fund, the government’s reserves, EU crisis support funds, Enterprise Estonia…


Ukraine: SkyUp launches flights to Serbia

The Ukrainian low-cost carrier SkyUp launches flights to Serbia in March, according to the company’s press service. “We will fly on the route Kyiv-Belgrade-Kyiv twice a week: on Tuesdays and Fridays,” reads the report. The first flight is scheduled for March 30. The cost of a one-way flight starts from UAH 1,395 without luggage. (Ukrinform/Business…