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Self-isolation mandatory for Latvian travelers arriving from Croatia, lifted for arrivals from UK

Self-isolation mandatory for Latvian travelers arriving from Croatia, lifted for arrivals from UK

10.07.2020

Travelers arriving in Latvia from Croatia and San Marino are required to self-isolate for 14 days because of an increased Covid-19 incidence in these countries, whereas arrivals from the UK and Monaco are no longer required to self-isolate, informs LETA, according to the latest data released by the Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC).

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Covid-19 outbreak: restaurants in Latvia to work shorter hours

Covid-19 outbreak: restaurants in Latvia to work shorter hours

10.07.2020

In order to contain the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus and prevent an increase in the number of new Covid-19 cases in Latvia, the government today approved shortening public catering establishments' opening hours, informs LETA.

Estonia supports allocation of EUR 4 mln to Elering

Estonia supports allocation of EUR 4 mln to Elering

10.07.2020

The Estonian government at a meeting on Thursday approved the allocation of four million euros from the government reserve to transmission system operator (TSO) Elering for the payment of renewable energy subsidies, writes LETA/BNS.


Estonia granted international protection to 550 people over 23 years

Estonia granted international protection to 550 people over 23 years

10.07.2020

Estonia has granted international protection to close to 550 people from 1997, close to one-third of whom received protection as part of the EU migration plans, informs LETA/BNS.

Latvia: Constitutional Court rules state social security benefit amounts unconstitutional

Latvia: Constitutional Court rules state social security benefit amounts unconstitutional

10.07.2020

The Constitutional Court ruled today that the amount of state social security benefits for unemployed disabled persons and senior residents was inconsistent with the Constitution, informed LETA.


10.07.2020

Epstein's little black book contains Estonian contacts

The little black book of Jeffrey Epstein recently tabulated by Business Insider lists over 1,700 people and companies the disgraced US businessman came into contact with, including two people from Estonia, according to the Postimees reports informed LETA/BNS.

09.07.2020

Estonia approves terms of Alexela's EUR 37 mln loan

The Estonian government on Thursday approved the terms of a 37-million-euro loan to Alexela Grupp, reports LETA/BNS.

09.07.2020

183 foreign nationals reside in Estonia as part of EU migration plan

Foreign nationals residing in Estonia as part of the EU migration plan come from five states and altogether number 183, informs LETA/BNS.

09.07.2020

Estonia extends flight restrictions until July 28

Estonian Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Taavi Aas on July 9th signed an order to maintain flight restrictions at least until July 28, 2020, informs LETA/BNS.

09.07.2020

Estonia to relax restrictions on public events from July 15

Estonia is relaxing the restrictions on holding public events introduced due to the coronavirus from July 15, 2020, informs LETA/BNS.

09.07.2020

Saeima approves the amendments allowing banks to write off irrecoverable mortgages taken out before 2008

Saeima in Latvia today approved in the final reading amendment to the Credit Institution Law and Law on Personal Income Tax, which allow credit institutions to unilaterally write off debts on mortgages taken out before the 2008 economic crisis, informs LETA.

09.07.2020

Dombrovskis: comprehensive approach is necessary to fight money laundering in EU

he European Commission has made a clear commitment to deliver a comprehensive approach to fighting money laundering and terrorism financing, to better protect the European Union economy and financial system in the future, the European Commission's Executive Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis said at the European Parliament plenary debate on preventing money laundering and terrorist financing on July 8th, cites LETA.

09.07.2020

50% companies operating at Ventspils Port still having problems making payments

Around 50 percent of companies operating at Ventspils Port are still having problems making payments, Andris Purmalis, the head of the Ventspils Freeport Authority, admitted in an interview with Latvian Radio on July 9th, reports LETA.

09.07.2020

Novaturas, Tez Tour suspend trips to Bulgaria over coronavirus concerns

Lithuania's tour operators Novaturas and Tez Tour have decided not to organize trips to Bulgaria in July after the Health Ministry on Wednesday imposed a mandatory 14-day self-isolation for travelers returning from the country, informs LETA/BNS.

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