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Section: The Baltic Course (Latvia)

      New Klaipeda-Kiev container train service to be launched
      May29

      New Klaipeda-Kiev container train service to be launched

      LG Cargo, the freight transportation subsidiary of the state railway company Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways), is set to launch a new container train service between Klaipeda and Kiev in June. …read more Source: The Baltic...

      Belarus suspends exports of light oil products to Ukraine, Poland, Baltic states
      Apr23

      Belarus suspends exports of light oil products to Ukraine, Poland, Baltic states

      Belarus has been forced to suspend exports of light oil products to Ukraine, Poland, and the Baltic states due to its receipt of low-quality Russian oil, the deputy head of BelOil, Sergei Grib, told journalists in Minsk on Tuesday, citing LETA/BNS according to Interfax. …read more Source: The Baltic...

      Binders getting ready to attract employees from Ukraine and Belarus
      Apr23

      Binders getting ready to attract employees from Ukraine and Belarus

      Latvian road construction company Binders is facing shortage of workers, therefore the company is ready to attract employees from Ukraine and Belarus, the company’s board chairman Aigars Seja said in an interview with LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

      Ukrainian court finds nationalization of PrivatBank illegal
      Apr18

      Ukrainian court finds nationalization of PrivatBank illegal

      A Ukrainian court ruled on Thursday that the 2016 nationalization of PrivatBank, which was owned by a powerful tycoon Ihor Kolomoysky, was illegal, informed LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

      Operator of Tallinn-St Petersburg bus line keen to launch route to Kiev
      Apr17

      Operator of Tallinn-St Petersburg bus line keen to launch route to Kiev

      The company Baltic Shuttle which at present operates a regular bus service between Tallinn and St. Petersburg wishes to launch a daily Tallinn-Kiev-Tallinn bus service with partners, informed LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

      Lithuania’s ForMin recommends getting measles vaccine before going to Ukraine
      Mar25

      Lithuania’s ForMin recommends getting measles vaccine before going to Ukraine

      Lithuania’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs recommends getting immunized against measles for those planning to travel to Ukraine where an outbreak of the disease has been recorded, informed LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

      Medics from Ukraine and Belarus might be hired to deal with staff shortages in Latvia – Medical Association head
      Mar04

      Medics from Ukraine and Belarus might be hired to deal with staff shortages in Latvia – Medical Association head

      Even after a pay raise, Latvia’s large hospitals and ambulance service are still short of medical staff like nurses and paramedics, Ilze Aizsilniece, the head of the Latvian Medical Association, said in an interview to LNT TV channel this morning, citing LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

      Tallinn-Riga-Kiev passenger train route may be launched already at beginning of summer
      Feb08

      Tallinn-Riga-Kiev passenger train route may be launched already at beginning of summer

      Representatives of state-owned Estonian railway infrastructure company Estonian Railways last week met with representatives of the Ukrainian counterpart company Ukrzaliznytsia, who affirmed their interest in opening the Tallinn-Riga-Kiev train route, and the route may be opened early in the summer, informed LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The...

      Operail to lease locomotives overhauled in Estonia to Ukraine
      Jan29

      Operail to lease locomotives overhauled in Estonia to Ukraine

      The Estonian state-owned rail cargo operator Operail on Tuesday signed a contract with a subsidiary of Ukraine’s largest industrial group SCM and is to lease two C30-M engines, overhauled at a Tapa-based depot, to Ukraine. …read more Source: The Baltic...

      Ukrainian and Latvian investors order EUR 26 mln worth of equipment for planned egg farm
      Jan28

      Ukrainian and Latvian investors order EUR 26 mln worth of equipment for planned egg farm

      Gallusman, a company of the Ukrainian-Latvian group of investors Ovostar Union, which plans to set up an egg farm in Latvia, has ordered EUR 26 mln worth of equipment from manufacturer Big Dutchman, Gallusman CEO Arnis Vinbergs told LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...