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Thursday, 23.02.2017, 02:18
The State Border Guard has launched a criminal probe to investigate a failure to check the passports of 38 air passengers who had flown into Riga International Airport from London and were directed to the airport’s Schengen terminal where they did not have to undergo border checks, LETA was told at the State Border Guard.
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Children in Lithuania should attend school from the age of six so that they graduate before they turn 19 or 20, Eugenijus Jovaisa, head of the Seimas Committee on Education and Science, said LETA/BNS on Tuesday.
On Friday, six companies have registered in the Register of Natural Gas Suppliers, the Public Utilities Commission’s (SPRK) reported LETA.
According to Foreign Minister Sven Mikser Estonian authorities are to conduct the proceeding of the asylum request of a member of the Russian group of hackers, Shaltai Boltai, as usual, reports LETA/BNS.
Saeima rejected the proposal to ban state and municipal institutions from founding mass media, reports LETA.
With updating the Responsible Lending Regulations, the Bank of Lithuania has finished adoption of secondary legislation within its area of regulation, necessary for the implementation of the provisions of the Law on Credit Relating to Real Property, to come into force as of 1 July 2017. This Law transposes into Lithuanian law the so-called Mortgage Credit Directive, which regulates the procedure for the provision of mortgage credit and credit involving real property collateral, as well as protection of credit taking parties.
In order to provide a permanent solution to the situation with foreigners’ appointment as rectors to Stockholm School of Economics in Riga (SSE Riga) and Riga Graduate School of Law (RGSL), Latvian authorities are planning to revise the laws regulating the work of these institutions of higher education and that might be binding also to other institutions of higher education, writes LETA/BNS.