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Thursday, 30.03.2017, 13:42
The Estonian Cabinet is expected soon to endorse a plan of public broadcaster ERR to build a brand new structure for its television services in the courtyard of the public radio building in downtown Tallinn for more than 50 mln euros, which includes the cost of installations, reports LETA/BNS.
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More than 40 tenders are to be announced as part of the Rail Baltica European-gauge railroad project this year, LETA was told at the joint Baltic company RB Rail coordinating the Rail Baltica project.
One particular country’s interests will probably prevail in institutions supervised by the European Commission and the Nordstream 2 project will be found to be in line with EU laws, European Parliament member Roberts Zile told LETA.
As Lithuanian and Polish government officials continue talks on synchronization of the Baltic electricity networks with continental Europe, it remains unclear when and what decision would be taken. After the Polish electricity transmission operator PSE suggested building a sea link, companies of Lithuanian and Estonia expressed disapproval, while Latvia has called for more thorough discussions, writes LETA/BNS.
Reconstruction of the Riga Central Railway Station will be held in line with the design by Danish architects - PLH Arkitekter A/S in cooperation with COWI A/S, said Agnis Driksna, the development and cooperation department director of Eiropas Dzelzcela Linijas, a company involved in Rail Baltica project.
The embankments used by Vakaru Laivu Gamykla (Western Shipyard, or VLG), a Lithuanian shipbuilding and repairing group controlled by Estonia's BLRT Grupp, will be reconstructed by construction company Hidrostatyba and Latvia's BMGS for 14.837 mln euros, reports LETA/BNS.
Progress has been reported in the Kaunas combined heat and power ( CHP ) plant project that has been subject to heated discussions – 75 million euros worth of contracts were Thursday signed with German, Finnish, French and Czech companies, writes LETA/BNS.