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Lithuanian ruling party in major hoopla

Ramunas Karbauskis, chairman of the ruling Lithuanian Peasant and Green Union (LPGU), sees the recent scandal surrounding LPGU MP Greta Kildisie...

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Baltic gas operators take on single gas market creation

The Baltic natural gas transmission system operators have agreed to implement a so-called implicit capacity allocation model that will become th...

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Lithuanian government approves Baltic agreement on Rail Baltica

VILNIUS - The Lithuanian government approved on Wednesday an agreement between the three Baltic countries on the development of the European sta...

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Flu epidemic spreading in Lithuania and Latvia

RIGA - The influenza epidemic in Latvia claimed the lives  for four more people last week, according to the monitoring data of the Cen...

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Long-time Freeport of Riga CEO Loginovs steps down

RIGA - The long-time and controversial CEO of the Freeport of Riga Leonids Loginovs, whose name has been mentioned in various scandals over the ...

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Rail Baltic coordinator says extra stops in Estonia being analyzed

TALLINN – Adding additional stops on the Estonian part of the route of the Rail Baltic European-gauge railway is being analyzed at the mom...

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Leadership of NATO battalion under establishment in Lithuania arrives in Vilnius

VILNIUS – Leadership of the international NATO battalion to be established in Lithuania arrived in Vilnius from Germany on Tuesday....

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Units of allied battalion to start arriving in Estonia in March

TALLINN - The first units of the British-led multinational battalion of NATO to be stationed in Estonia will arrive here in March, Estonia's...

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Latvia shows better results in Corruption Perception Index

RIGA - Last year tolerance to corruption kept declining in Latvia, still, other countries have demonstrated a better progress in this area, acco...

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Estonian vice minister: Supreme Court made Brexit talks more difficult for UK government

TALLINN - The ruling of the UK's Supreme Court on Tuesday that Prime Minister Theresa May must get parliamentary approval before starting th...

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