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Georgia: snails to be exported to EU

Georgia has been added to the list of countries that can export snails to the European Union market, the Ministry of Environment Protection and Agriculture reports. The adoption of the regulation has followed measures taken by the Georgian National Food Agency under the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) agreement with the EU. The…


Lithuania: Klaipeda braces for uncertainty after halting Belarusian transit

Lithuania’s third-biggest city Klaipeda expects significant job losses once the country stops the transit of Belarusian fertilizers, although the “worst-case scenario” can be avoided. Last week, the government terminated a contract between the state-owned railway company Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways, LTG) and the Belarusian potash giant Belaruskali, which exported around 11 million tons of fertilizers…


Lithuania: country “concerned” about loosing investors due to China sanctions

On January 17, Lithuanian Economy and Innovation Minister Ausrine Armonaite said the country was concerned about foreign investors changing plans due to China’s pressure. “We have no further information about companies changing their plans. There is concern, and everybody hopes that the situation will de-escalate and will be resolved, which is what we expect as…


Lithuania: military test Israeli Spike anti-tank missiles for first time

Spike missiles, fire-and-forget guided missile systems mounted on Vilkas Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFVs), have been tested for the first time by the Lithuanian military. The Israel-made system was tried out on January 14-18 during a combat shooting drills of the Grand Duke Algirdas Mechanized Infantry Battalion. Spike missiles have been installed on Lithuania’s newly acquired…