On March 29, Latvia’s government approved the gradual increase of the defense budget to 2.5% of GDP in the next three years. The passed amendments to the Law on Financing National Defense provide for increasing the defense budget to no less than 2.25% of GDP in 2023. In 2024, the defense budget is planned to…Details
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Lithuania will ask the European Union for an additional 24 million euros to secure the Russian transit train corridor, Interior Minister Agne Bilotaite said on March 30. “It will include specific technical measures, in particular, the purchase of a helicopter. These are measures that would boost Kaliningrad transit security, and we need around 24 million…Details
More than 13,000 tons of Moldovan apples from the 2021 harvest were exported to markets other than the Russian Federation, such as the European Union, Central Asia, the Persian Gulf and North Africa. More than 2,000 tons have already been exported over long distances in sea containers. For the first time, apples produced in Moldova…Details
In the days following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, all shops in Lithuania were seemingly out of salt. Why did people in the country panic-buy salt and why did it disappear from the shops in the first place? Most of Lithuania’s salt supplies were imported from Ukraine, according to representatives of Maxima and Lidl, two major…Details
Ukraine: tougher Russia sanctions needed amid attempts to introduce ruble in temporarily occupied areas
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine has called on western partners to increase sanction pressure on Russia amid the attempts to introduce the ruble in the temporarily occupied parts of Zaporizhzhia and Kherson regions. This was stated on Twitter by Foreign Ministry spokesman Oleg Nikolenko. “Faced with total resistance from the local population, Russia…Details
This marketing year, Ukraine is not threatened by a shortage of sunflower oil, Stepan Kapshuk, CEO of Ukroliyaprom, has said. “The level of consumption of sunflower oil in Ukraine in packaged form is about 20-25 thousand tons per month, 400 thousand tons – per year, while the oil and fat industry, according to the forecast…Details
Lithuania has frozen funds worth 13.9 million euros due to EU sanctions against Russia and Belarus, according to the latest figures from the Financial Crime Investigation Service (FNTT). These include over 10.8 million euros, almost $3.4 million and more than 645,000 Russian rubles. Almost 0.9 million euros and over $200,000 have been frozen over the…Details