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Riga City Council to borrow more than EUR 0.5 million for development of video surveillance system

  • 2020-08-06
  • LETA/TBT Staff

RIGA - The temporary administration of the Riga City Council decided today to borrow EUR 566,474 for development of video surveillance system. In 2020 the local government will borrow 40 percent of the sum or up to EUR 226,503, while in 2021, the remaining s...

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MEP Ijabs proposes increasing EU's research and innovation spending

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MEP Ijabs proposes increasing EU's research and innovation spending

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Citizens will be able to express their discontent with territorial reform in local elections - Levits

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