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Lithuania: “economic” support to withstand China’s sanctions

Lithuania’s parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs expressed its support to the actions of the Lithuanian Government with respect to China. Zygimantas Pavilionis, the committee’s chairman, said after the meeting that Lithuania might even benefit from China’s sanctions over time. “I think Lithuania will benefit from these sanctions, as can be seen from the example of…


Georgia: Swiss chocolate producer Camille Bloch expects first hazelnut harvest by 2025

Swiss chocolate producer Camille Bloch, which made a 40-million GEL investment in the Kakheti region of Georgia and planted hazelnut orchards on 50 ha of land, expects its first hazelnut harvest until 2025. Hazelnuts harvested in Georgia will be used for Camille Bloch’s famous chocolates. Georgian Economy Minister Natia Turnava met Daniel Bloch, the president…


Lithuania: EUR 670,000 approved for migrant and Covid-related costs

The Lithuanian government has allocated 670,000 euros to municipalities for the accommodation and education of migrants and for dealing with the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic. These include 325,000 euros from the state reserve to cover migrant children’s education costs. Deputy Finance Minister Gediminas Norkunas told the cabinet that the cost estimate was preliminary and…