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EU ministers reach agreement on fishing quotas

EU ministers reach agreement on fishing quotas

18.12.2020

At the year's last meeting of the EU Agriculture and Fisheries Council, several agreements were reached by the ministers, including on an EU-wide animal welfare label and fishing quotas, wrties LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Agriculture, Ecology, EU – CIS, Markets and Companies



EU leaders urge Commission to look for ways to bar imports from Belarus' N-plant

EU leaders urge Commission to look for ways to bar imports from Belarus' N-plant

11.12.2020

EU leaders called on the European Commission on Friday to look for measures to prevent commercial electricity imports from unsafe nuclear power plants, reported LETA/BNS.

Latvia: Most shops to be closed on weekends and alcohol sales will be prohibited

Latvia: Most shops to be closed on weekends and alcohol sales will be prohibited

02.12.2020

During the state of emergency period, alcohol sales will be prohibited at shops on the weekend, according to the decisions made by the government on Tuesday, reproted LETA.


Lithuania, Latvia to continue EU-funded cross-border cooperation program without Belarus

Lithuania, Latvia to continue EU-funded cross-border cooperation program without Belarus

29.10.2020

Lithuania and Latvia will continue to carry out projects under the EU-funded cross-border cooperation program without Belarus, at least for now, Interior Minister Rita Tamasuniene said LETA/BNS.

Astravyets NPP to start power production in November

Astravyets NPP to start power production in November

27.10.2020

Lithuania's power transmission system operator Litgrid said on Monday it had been informed by Belarusian operator Belenergo that power production at the Astravyets nuclear power plant would be launched on November 1-10, informed LETA/BNS.


21.10.2020

Steerprop azimuth propulsion to propel shallow-draught icebreaking walk-to-work vessel

The world’s first double acting, shallow-draught ice-breaking vessel, built by the Dutch shipyard Royal Niestern Sander for the Russian companies Mercury Sakhalin and Pola, will be fitted with Finnish Steerprop’s azimuth units as its main propulsion and steering system, informed /ins industrial news service

14.10.2020

Uzbekistan elected to UN Human Rights Council for the period 2021-2023

169 countries voted for Uzbekistan to join the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), reports IA “Dunyo” correspondent from New York.

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