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Monday, 26.09.2016, 10:05
On 4 April 2017, the central banks of the euro area, including Eesti Pank, will release a new €50 banknote into circulation with a new design and security features. So that the new fifty-euro note can enter smoothly into circulation, it is important for companies to update their cash handling equipment in good time.
Keyword tags: Banks, Estonia, EU – Baltic States, Financial Services, Security
Dridex, an online banking malware that steals personal information through HTML injections, is now targeting also banks in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, warned LETA/BNS.
As LETA was informed by the Security Police, the criminal process against this person was initially launched in 2015 for illegally participating in armed conflicts. This summer, the Security Police received information from Turkish authorities, who had detained the man. He was deported back to Latvia earlier this months and taken into custody by local authorities.The man has been taken into custody as a security measure.
A demonstration of documentary by Polish filmmaker and scriptwriter Andrzej Tarkowski-Kiliszewki based on the book by Inara Vilkaste “Attempt on the State” will be held on September 7 at 16:30 in the European Parliament building, in Brussels.
Latvia has asked meeting with representatives of French Interior Ministry in relation to situation in Calais06.09.2016
The Latvian foreign services so far have not received any information about Latvian truckers who might be affected by the protest campaigns in the region of Calais port city in France where French farmers and truckers are blocking roads to this city, demanding to close the illegal migrant camp in this area, reports LETA.
The Estonian defense industry company AS Milrem is to expand its Tallinn workshop due to different development and cooperation projects, and will soon announce a construction tender, reports LETA/BNS.
During the first six months this year, the Financial Police Department of the State Revenue Service forwarded 30 criminal cases to the prosecutor's office for launching criminal prosecution, according to the Revenue Service's results for the first six months of 2016, writes LETA.