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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Thursday, 18.04.2019, 23:44

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Lithuanian Railways to transport Chinese postal items within Lithuania

Lithuanian Railways to transport Chinese postal items within Lithuania

16.04.2019

Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways) will begin to transport Lithuania-bound postal items from China within the country's territory for the first time this year, with the first trial shipment scheduled for May, informed LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Cargo, China, Containers, Good for Business, Lithuania, Post Office, Railways



Estonia's ISS issues warning re recruitment attempts by Chinese intelligence

Estonia's ISS issues warning re recruitment attempts by Chinese intelligence

12.04.2019

The Estonian Internal Security Service (ISS) in a yearbook published on Friday issued a warning regarding recruitment attempts by Chinese intelligence, reported LETA/BNS.

Chinese investments in the Baltic Sea region

Chinese investments in the Baltic Sea region

20.03.2019

Chinese investment activities in the Baltic Sea region have seen an increase over recent years. This corresponds well with the overall growth in Chinese investment in Europe over the past decade, a trend fueled at least in part by growing restrictions imposed in the United States under the Donald Trump administration.


Hololei: China must act in accordance with EU rules in Helsinki tunnel project

Hololei: China must act in accordance with EU rules in Helsinki tunnel project

18.03.2019

Henrik Hololei, director-general for mobility and transport at the European Commission, has expressed skepticism as regards the Tallinn-Helsinki tunnel project led by Finnish businessman Peter Vesterbacka, while also pointing out that the Chinese investors ready to finance Vesterbacka's plan must act in accordance with European Union (EU) rules, writes LETA/BNS.

Laws must be observed in deciding on Huawei, Lithuanian foreign minister says

Laws must be observed in deciding on Huawei, Lithuanian foreign minister says

13.03.2019

With Chinese telecoms giant Huawei facing security gap or espionage suspicions from US and EU officials, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius says the security situation needs to be assessed responsibly, but, at the same time, the principles of law must be observed, writes LETA/BNS.


25.02.2019

Cooperation with China has not achieved the desired results - Nemiro

Latvia's economic cooperation with China has not achieved the desired results, Economy Minister Ralfs Nemiro (KPV LV) told LETA.

04.02.2019

Lithuania's Auga Group, My Land LT eye haylage exports to China

Auga Group and My Land LT are interested in taking up the opportunity to expand their exports after China has opened its market to the import of haylage, a type of animal feed made from semi-wilted, fermented grass, from Lithuania, informed LETA/BNS,

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