Date: 18.12.2019.

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Freeport of Ventspils removed from US sanctions listb (add)

Freeport of Ventspils removed from US sanctions listb (add)

18.12.2019

The Freeport of Ventspils Authority has been removed from the list of entities sanctioned by the US Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), a statement on the OFAC website shows.

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Latvian government adopts new plan for preventing money laundering

Latvian government adopts new plan for preventing money laundering

18.12.2019

The government behind closed doors today adopted a plan of measures in prevention of money laundering, funding of terrorism and distribution of mass destruction weapons in 2020-2022, reported LETA.

Lithuanian parlt committee seeks another review of GIPL contract winner

Lithuanian parlt committee seeks another review of GIPL contract winner

18.12.2019

A Seimas committee suggests that a governmental commission vetting strategic deals should look again at whether Alvora, a local pipeline construction company that has won a 90-million-euro contract to build the Lithuanian part of the Gas Interconnector Poland-Lithuania (GIPL), poses a threat to national security, reported LETA/BNS.


Functions of Freeport of Ventspils turned over to Ventas Osta

Functions of Freeport of Ventspils turned over to Ventas Osta

18.12.2019

Saeima today passed in the final reading a bill to turn over the functions of the Freeport of Ventspils to the newly established state-owned joint stock company Ventas Osta (Venta Port), informed LETA.

Freeport of Ventspils Authority still unable to make financial settlements

Freeport of Ventspils Authority still unable to make financial settlements

18.12.2019

The Freeport of Ventspils Authority is still unable to make financial settlements, the authority's public relations officer Inga Ievina told LETA.


18.12.2019

Lithuanian cabinet approves electricity supply market liberalization

The Lithuanian government on Wednesday gave the go-ahead for liberalizing the retail electricity supply market between 2021 and 2023, which means that the state regulation of electricity prices for household consumers will be phased out, informed LETA/BNS.

18.12.2019

Storm cuts power to around 17,000 households in Latvia

Stormy winds tonight have damaged power grids, leaving 17,000 households across Latvia without electric power, Tatjana Smirnova, a representative of Sadales Tikls power grid operator, informed LETA.

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