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Thursday, 29.02.2024, 02:58
Latvia's first Covid-19 case is a woman who returned from a trip to Italy on a Munich-Riga flight last Saturday, Jurijs Perevoscikovs, director of the infectious diseases risk and analysis department at the Center for Disease Prevention and Control, told journalists Monday.
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Citadele Bank's long-standing CEO Guntis Belavskis has resigned from the bank as of today and has decided to pursue outside opportunities in Latvia and abroad, the bank's spokeswoman Kristine Mennika informed LETA.
Vejo Parkai, a company owned by Enefit Green, a subsidiary of Estonia's Eesti Energia, and foreign-owned Windfarm Akmene One are planning to build a total of around 50 wind turbines with a total capacity of almost 300 megawatts (MW) in the northern Lithuanian district of Akmene, informed LETA/BNS.
Ignalina decommissioning reaches new milestone. Final cask for spent fuel delivered. Full capacity reached to safely manage and store all spent nuclear fuel.
The Russian Foreign Ministry has urged European human rights bodies and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) to assess Estonia's decision to strip Russian journalist Andrei Zakharov of the freedom of travel around the countries of the Schengen zone informed LETA/BNS/Interfax.
Xolo, Estonia's biggest provider of services for e-residents, and German bank Wirecard have launched a new banking service that enables e-residents to open a bank account without visiting Estonia, informed LETA/BNS.
Considering public concerns about a possible outbreak of coronavirus Covid-19, the Crisis Management Council today ordered supervisory authorities to monitor prices of essential goods and services to prevent dishonest businesspeople from taking advantage of the situation, reported LETA.