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Thursday, 27.10.2016, 11:56
I International Fruit and Vegetable Fair will be held at JSC "Uzexpocentre" from 8 to 10 November 2016 in Tashkent. The fair is organized by the HC Uzbekozikovkatholding, HC Uzvinosanoat-Holding, the Association "Uzbekozikovkatzahira", JSC Uzagroeksport and LLC "Directorate of International fruit and vegetable fair." , Press Service of Holding Company Uzbekozikovkatholding said BC.
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Replication of the Crimean scenario in the Baltic states is not possible, furthermore, separatist sentiment is completely absent in the region, Russian Ambassador to Estonia Alexander Petrov cites LETA/BNS.
Latvian electronic services provider Lattelecom and Ukraine's largest fixed-line telecommunications and Internet provider Ukrtelekom have signed a cooperation agreement which will enable the customers of the Ukrainian company to rent public cloud services from Lattelecom's data center Dattum in Riga, Lattelecom said LETA.
Nord Stream 2, the new gas pipeline that Gazprom is planning to build from Russia through the Baltic Sea to Germany, has been criticised for reducing Europe’s energy security and even forming a geopolitical threat to Europe. Karel Beckman, editor-inchief of independent website Energy Post, explains the economic rationale behind the project, and notes that the successful creation of a competitive, integrated EU gas market has made the geopolitical argument largely redundant.
Nord Stream 2 is a commercial venture that is entangled in a political game. That’s perhaps the most appropriate summation of an extensive discussion on the controversial project which, despite all obstacles, aims to start in four or five years’ time.
St.Petersburg Governor Georgy Poltavchenko has called on Riga Mayor Nils Usakovs to organize joint cooperation projects, the Riga City Council reported.
The four Russian journalists who on Thursday were denied entry to Estonia wanted to get acquainted with Estonian museums, including the new building of the Estonian National Museum, an official connected to organizing the visit said LETA/BNS.