Over 55% of Poles in a United Surveys poll said Poland’s economic situation was bad, 13.6% said it was good, 23.9% described it as neither good nor bad, and nearly 7% could not say, the Dziennik Gazeta Prawa newspaper reported on November 9. The newspaper noted that opinions about the country’s economy differed according to…Details
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Georgian deputy economy minister Mariam Kvrivishvili on November 8 announced the country’s authorities had started talks with easyJet airline for resuming direct flights between London and Tbilisi. Kvrivishvili made the announcement following her meeting with airline representatives at the global travel and tourism event World Travel Market London. The deputy minister said resumption of direct…Details
On November 9, the activity of the ferry from Molovata, which connected the two banks of the Dniester, was suspended due to dense fog. According to the Customs Service, ferry traffic will resume when weather conditions allow. In this context, the patrol police also came with warnings for drivers. They urge drivers to drive with…Details
Lithuania could serve as a gateway to Europe for green hydrogen, Environment Minister Simonas Gentvilas has said. “Our country happens to be a part of the EU-supported hydrogen supply corridor. Lithuania’s infrastructure – the port of Klaipeda with its LNG import terminal and the gas interconnection with Poland – would allow us to reach the…Details
Poland’s national air carrier LOT called off its flights to and from Brussels on November 9 due to a planned strike in its capital city of Belgium on that day, a LOT spokesman said. All of Belgium’s trade unions called on workers to take to the streets on November 9 to protest against growing energy…Details
Lithuanian Energy Minister Dainius Kreivys has denied reports by a bankruptcy administrator of Inter RAO Lietuva, a Russian electricity supplier, that the country continues to buy energy from Moscow. “I want to state repeatedly that the transmission system operators (TSOs) of the Baltic countries are not buying any services,” he told MPs on November 8.…Details
Today, almost 2.5 million households receive subsidies from the state. It is expected that this number will increase in the coming months, as people continue to apply for the relevant assistance. This was stated by Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal at the Government meeting on November 8. “The average subsidy is projected to amount to about…Details