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Sunday, 22.01.2017, 20:21
Tallinn Deputy Mayor Taavi Aas and the president of the European Committee of the Regions, Markku Markkula, on Friday discussed matters related to the organization of a meeting of the commission for environment, climate change and energy of the European Committee of the Regions in Tallinn this summer, reports LETA.
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Latvian capital Riga and Belarus capital Minsk will make a joint bid for hosting the 2021 World Ice-Hockey Championship.
Government of Uzbekistan sums up results for 2016 and determines yearly priorities at the extended session19.01.2017
On 14 January an extended session of the Cabinet of Ministers, dedicated to comprehensive analysis of the results of social-economic development of the country in 2016 and determining the most important directions and priorities of economic and social program of the government in 2017 was held in Tashkent.
During a visit that ended on Wednesday, Vaino Reinart, deputy secretary general of the Estonian Foreign Ministry for economic affairs and development cooperation, discussed with officials of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) promoting economic relations between the countries and potental cooperation in developing e-governance, reports LETA/BNS.
Tele2 partners up with Vodafone to provide services to corporate clients in Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden18.01.2017
Swedish telecommunications operator Tele2 and British mobile operator Vodafone have concluded a partnership agreement to provide services to global and multinational companies in Latvia, Lithuania and Sweden, Tele2 representatives told BC.
On Tuesday, January 17, Sweden’s Minister for Employment and Integration, Ms. Ylva Johansson, will make a visit to Latvia, the Swedish embassy informs BC.
Estonia plans for the prime ministers of the Baltic states to sign the deal on the European-gauge railway Rail Baltica project, however, Lithuania's Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis is not sure about the signing, informs LETA/BNS.