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Thursday, 02.07.2015, 21:13
On July 1st 2015, the Government of Lithuania approved the amendments to the Civil Code, as prepared by the Justice Ministry, informs LETA/ELTA.
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The Russian Prosecutor General's Office has accepted a petition from two Russian lawmakers, asking for the legitimacy of the Baltics' independence be evaluated, reports LETA, referring to grani.ru.
The European Commission launched infringement procedures against Austria, Cyprus, Germany, Malta, Poland and Spain on the grounds that their national rules include excessive and unjustified obstacles in the area of professional services. The Commission considers that requirements imposed on certain service providers are contrary to the EU Services Directive.
Uzbekistan today countered the threat of drugs all the social, economic and political resources of the state. As part of the monitoring of drug use the country applies more balanced approach aimed at drug demand reduction and prevention of illicit trafficking, reported BC National Centre on Drug Control under the Cabinet Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Latvian Saeima today re-elected Supreme Court Chief Justice Ivars Bickovics to a second term, informs LETA.
The Government of Lithuania has adopted a Resolution to the Draft Law on Establishing the Principal Structure of the Armed Forces in 2016, Establishing the Planned Principal Structure of the Armed Forces in 2021 and Approving the Margin Number of Statutory Servants in the National Defence Forces in 2016 and 2021, informs LETA/ELTA.
The Seimas of Lithuania has adopted amendments to the Law on Tourism to reinforce consumer (tourist) protection and monitoring of tourism service providers, reported BC the press service of the Lithuania parliament.