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Coalition decides to set up new state-owned company Ventas Osta

Coalition decides to set up new state-owned company Ventas Osta

16.12.2019

To deal with an emergency in connection with Freeport of Ventspils operations, the coalition today decided to set up a new state-owned joint stock company that would take over the rights, obligations and functions of the Freeport of Ventspils, informed LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Jurmala, Port, Transport



Prosecutor renews charges against Jurmala mayor for allegedly illegal financing to Greens/Farmers

Prosecutor renews charges against Jurmala mayor for allegedly illegal financing to Greens/Farmers

03.10.2019

The Prosecutor General's Office has renewed charges against Jurmala Mayor Gatis Truksnis (Greens/Farmers) for allegedly illegal financing to the Union of Greens and Farmers, LETA learned from the prosecutor's office.

Criminal process against Truksnis for allegedly illegal financing of ZZS party closed

Criminal process against Truksnis for allegedly illegal financing of ZZS party closed

06.09.2019

The Prosecutor General's Office today has closed the criminal process against Jurmala Mayor Gatis Truksnis (Greens/Farmers) in the criminal case for allegedly illegal financing of Greens/Farmers party, Truksnis' lawyer Janis Rozenbergs confirmed LETA.


Riga Jurmala Festival Continues the Best Musical Traditions, with the Support of Rietumu Bank

Riga Jurmala Festival Continues the Best Musical Traditions, with the Support of Rietumu Bank

24.05.2019

This summer season – from July to September – Latvia will be the venue of the widescale musical festival “Riga Jurmala”, within the framework of which concerts of the best orchestras and performers of classical music will be held. “Riga Jurmala” continues the traditions of the “Baltic Musical Seasons” festival, which took place with the ongoing involvement of Rietumu Bank.

Number of tourists visiting Jurmala increases 17% in 2018

Number of tourists visiting Jurmala increases 17% in 2018

21.02.2019

According to latest Central Statistical Bureau's data, the number of tourists that visited the resort city of Jurmala last year was 17% higher than in 2017, as Jurmala City Council's representative Elita Cepurite told LETA.


29.01.2019

Jurmala projects its budget revenue to grow 9.7% this year

The city council of Latvia’s seaside resort city Jurmala has passed the city’s 2019, with municipal revenue expected to grow 9.7 % year-on-year to EUR 88.8 mln this year, the local authority informed LETA.

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