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Tallinn Airport served over three million passengers in the first 11 months of 2019, which is 8.9% more than in the same period last year, the end of November also saw the surpassing of last year's passenger record, when over 3 mln passengers passed through the airport for the first time, informed LETA.
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Data of the Central Statistical Bureau show that, compared to the nine months of 2018, during the nine months of 2019 the freight traffic with road and pipeline transport has decreased by 7.1%. 88.5 mln tons of the freight was carried in transport by land and pipeline, which is a drop of 6.7 mln tons (7.1%) compared to the year before.
Saeima today approved the extension of the state of emergency in Riga's waste management sector until March 12 next year. 74 MPs supported the extension, including Aldis Blumbergs from KPV LV as well as some opposition and independent MPs, reported LETA.
TechChill 2020 announces its first speakers. Startup and technology conference is celebrating its 9th season05.12.2019
TechChill is one of the most awaited events of the year in the Baltic startup ecosystem and this year the conference will be held on February 20-21 in Riga, Latvia. This year's focus is the Big Shift that includes changes prompted by rapid developments in Greentech, Blockchain, and 5G technologies. The conference's first announced speakers include world-famous brands like Cloud9, Interstellar Labs, Rotten Tomatoes and more.
Lithuania is seeking that the European standard-gauge railway Rail Baltica's strategic infrastructure in each of the three Baltic states should be owned and managed by the respective national infrastructure managers.
The Estonian government on Thursday increased the minimum monthly salary of basic and upper secondary school teachers working full time by 65 euros to a total of 1,315 euros, effective from Jan. 1, 2020.
A long-term budget proposal by Finland, which holds the EU's rotating presidency, may significantly reduce support for Lithuania and is even more unfavorable than the previous plan from the European Commission, according to the Delfi.lt online news site reported LETA/BNS.