Kazakhstan: sturgeon fishing banned

Kazakh Deputy Prime Minister and Agriculture Minister Askar Myrzakhmetov banned sturgeon fishing in all the regions of the country, Agriculture Ministry said. This measure is aimed at combating the illegal fish trade. In order to combat the illegal fish trade, the Ministry of Agriculture plans to introduce a new automated information system, which will monitor…

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Hungary: EC to cease probe into Paks with Russia’s assistance

The European Commission (EC) will cease investigation into Hungary’s Paks nuclear power plant project with Russia’s participation as Budapest has provided all necessary explanations regarding construction of two new nuclear reactors at the facility, Bloomberg reported citing Benedek Javor, a Hungarian deputy at the European parliament. Hungary has provided sufficient justification why the construction contract…

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Belarus: call for new spheres and forms of cooperation to step up trade with Latvia

The development of direct contacts between businessmen, manufacturers and government agencies of the two countries will allow advancing Belarus-Latvia economic cooperation to a new level. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Latvia to Belarus Martins Virsis made the statement as he met with top officials of the Gomel branch of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and…

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Turkmenistan: Belarusian builders of Garlyk MPF to install third tunneling machine

Belarusian builders of the Garlyk mining and processing factory in Turkmenistan are getting ready to lower the third tunneling machine into the shaft, the press service of the Council of the Republic of Belarus reported. Chairman of the Council of the Republic of the National Assembly of Belarus Mikhail Myasnikovich oversees the project’s implementation. According…

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