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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 19.08.2019, 21:46

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Court orders Novatours to pay ex-CEO of Estonian branch over EUR 183,000

Court orders Novatours to pay ex-CEO of Estonian branch over EUR 183,000

19.08.2019

The Harju County Court has satisfied a claim by Andree Uustal, former CEO of Novatours' Estonian branch, against the travel company, and ordered the latter to pay Uustal 183,000 euros for unpaid remuneration, holiday allowance and compensatory interest, informed LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Estonia, Legislation, Markets and Companies, Tourism



 AS PNB Bankas's new shareholders and Management Board announcement

AS PNB Bankas's new shareholders and Management Board announcement

18.08.2019

On Sunday evening, a statement was published on the website and on the pages of the National Bank of the Bank of new shareholders and the bank's board. Below is the full text of the statement.

Two Estonians charged in Finland's largest ever money laundering case

Two Estonians charged in Finland's largest ever money laundering case

16.08.2019

Finnish authorities are accusing two men originally from Estonia of extensive money laundering and the Finnish National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) believes that Russian organized crime is behind the money laundering scheme, Finnish public broadcaster Yle reported on Friday reffered LETA.


FCMC suspends the provision of financial services by JSC PNB Banka and decides on the unavailability of deposits

FCMC suspends the provision of financial services by JSC PNB Banka and decides on the unavailability of deposits

15.08.2019

The European Central bank (ECB) as a direct supervisor of JSC PNB Banka, on 15th of August, 2019 decided to recognize the bank as failing or likely to fail financial institution. Whereas the European Single Resolution Board (SRB) has decided not to take resolution of JSC PNB Banka, which means not to take actions to stabilize the Bank’s activities, announced Financial and Capital Market Commission (FCMC).

Latvian state recovers part of sum Winergy wind park has to repay by court order

Latvian state recovers part of sum Winergy wind park has to repay by court order

14.08.2019

The Latvian Environment Protection and Regional Development Ministry has recovered part of the EUR 2.13 mln Winergy wind park has to repay the Latvian state in line with the court order, LETA learned from the ministry.


14.08.2019

VNI state property manager to unilaterally take over construction site of New Riga Theater

Valsts Nekustamie Ipasumi (VNI), the state-owned company in charge of managing state properties, will unilaterally take over the construction site of the New Riga Theater, Ojars Valkers, head of the company’s legal department, informed LETA.

08.08.2019

Lithuanian Jewish Community reopens headquarters, synagogue

The Jewish Community of Lithuania said on Thursday announced it was reopening its headquarters and Vilnius Synagogue, informed LETA/BNS.

08.08.2019

Latvia: Police raid seven power plants on suspicions of MPC fraud

Officers of the he Organized Crime Enforcement Department (ONAP) of the State Police today conducted searches at seven power plants across Latvia subsidized under the mandatory procurement component (MPC) system, accroding to the TV3 News reports informed LETA.

07.08.2019

Estonia: Kuusik accused of episode of physical abuse

The Viru District Prosecutor's Office has brought charges against former Estonian foreign trade and IT minister Marti Kuusik in relation to an episode of physical abuse, according the Postimees information reports LETA/BNS.

07.08.2019

Skinest files Brussels complaint against Lithuanian Railways

Estonian railway services group Skinest Rail's company Skinest Baltija, virtually eliminated from all tenders of Lithuania's state-run railway company Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways, LG) has filed a complaint against LG with the European Commission, informed LETA/BNS.

07.08.2019

Jewish Community of Lithuania closes Vilnius Synagogue, headquarters due to threats

The Jewish Community of Lithuania has said on Tuesday it is closing Vilnius Synagogue and its headquarters for an indeterminate period due to threats and is also asking for additional protection of Suderve Jewish Cemetery in Vilnius against acts of vandalism, informed LETA/BNS.

07.08.2019

Corruption Prevention Bureau wants eight persons charged in connection with Salu Bridge reconstruction

The Corruption Prevention Bureau is asking the prosecutor's office to bring charges against eight persons, including Ugis Broza, an official at the Riga City Council's Transport Department, for various crimes and violations during reconstruction of Salu (Island) Bridge in Riga, sources told LETA.

30.07.2019

Competition Council launches infringement proceedings against Riga City Council and Getlini EKO

The Competition Council has initiated infringement proceedings against the Riga City Council and Getlini EKO for a possible breach of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, which could also lead to a temporary suspension of the Riga City Council's agreement with Getlini EKO, the Competition Council's head Skaidrite Abrama told Latvian Television today.

26.07.2019

Nord Stream 2 pipeline takes EU to court for 'trying to stall project with unfair legislation

facebook twitter flipboard mail icon reddit messenger-dsk linkedin vk TEXT SIZE Aa Aa A Russian-led project to bring a new gas pipeline to Europe has taken the European Union to court to challenge new rules it says are meant to stall the project. twitter flipboard mail icon reddit messenger-dsk linkedin vk TEXT SIZE Aa Aa A Russian-led project to bring a new gas pipeline to Europe has taken the European Union to court to challenge new rules it says are meant to stall the project, informed Euronews.

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