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Section: The Baltic Course (Latvia)

      Russian cosmetics company sets up plant in Estonia
      Feb08

      Russian cosmetics company sets up plant in Estonia

      The Russian producer of organic cosmetics Pervoye Reshenie has opened a plant in Estonia through which it hopes to win back the Ukrainian market and enter European markets, informs LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

      Western countries express regret over Abromavicius resignation as Ukrainian EcoMin
      Feb04

      Western countries express regret over Abromavicius resignation as Ukrainian EcoMin

      The ambassadors of Western countries in Kiev have expressed their regret over the recent resignation of Ukraine’s Economic Development and Trade Minister Aivaras Abromavicius, praising him for his effort of fighting corruption and implementing reforms necessary for Ukraine’s economy, reports LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The...

      Latvian parliament vice-speaker in Ukraine: Western sanctions against Russia must continue
      Feb03

      Latvian parliament vice-speaker in Ukraine: Western sanctions against Russia must continue

      The representatives of Nordic and Baltic parliaments are firmly convinced that the West should continue sanctions against Russia, Latvian parliament vice-speaker Inese Libina-Egnere (Unity) said during the meeting with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in Kyiv on February 2nd, informs LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

      Lithuanian Seimas speaker calls on Ukraine to keep political unity, continue reforms
      Feb02

      Lithuanian Seimas speaker calls on Ukraine to keep political unity, continue reforms

      Speaker of the Lithuanian Seimas Loreta Grauziniene, currently in Kiev, has called on Ukraine to preserve political unity and continue reforms, informs LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

      Estonian PM in Kiev: supporting Ukraine is still one of Europe’s most important tasks
      Jan27

      Estonian PM in Kiev: supporting Ukraine is still one of Europe’s most important tasks

      European Union is not planning to recognize the annexation of Crimea also in the future and supporting Ukraine is still one of Europe’s most important tasks, Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas said during a meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart Arseniy Yatsenyuk on Tuesday in Kiev, reports LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

      Ilves in Davos: Ukraine needs long-term, united support
      Jan22

      Ilves in Davos: Ukraine needs long-term, united support

      Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves stressed while speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland that Ukraine needs long-term and united support as well as patience to encourage carrying out reforms in the country, informs LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

      The first Nordic Aviation aircraft began flying
      Jan21

      The first Nordic Aviation aircraft began flying

      The first own aircraft of Nordic Aviation took off to Amsterdam at 18.10 EET on 20 January 2016 with Estonian crew on board. It is a Bombardier CRJ700, which will be predominantly serving the longer routes – Amsterdam, Brussels, Kiev, reported BC communication manager at Nordic Aviation Liis Veersalu. …read more Source: The Baltic...

      Growing number of businesses move from Belarus, Ukraine to Lithuania
      Jan20

      Growing number of businesses move from Belarus, Ukraine to Lithuania

      Lithuania’s economy minister says that Invest Lithuania this year will pay special attention to attracting manufacturing companies to Lithuania and the head of the government’s foreign investment promotion agency notes that an increasing number of companies from countries to the east have been moving their businesses to Lithuania...

      Estonian MFA discusses situation in Ukraine, Syria with top UN official
      Jan20

      Estonian MFA discusses situation in Ukraine, Syria with top UN official

      Estonian Foreign Minister Marina Kaljurand on January 19th in Geneva met with Stephen O’Brien, the UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief, with whom she discussed the situation in Ukraine and Syria, informs LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

      European MFA urge to keep focus on Ukraine
      Jan19

      European MFA urge to keep focus on Ukraine

      The EU should remain focused on the settlement of the conflict in Ukraine, since this is a central issue for the entire European security infrastructure, the Latvian Foreign Ministry quoted Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics as saying at the meetings of the Foreign Affairs Council and the General Affairs Council, which featured discussions on the...