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Estonia: 23 MPs initiate bill to ban fur farms

Altogether 23 MPs on June 18 initiated a bill of amendments to the Animal Protection Act, which seeks to ban fur farms in Estonia by 2023.&#...

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NATO commander: rail Baltica will improve military mobility

Rail Baltica, a European standard gauge railway that will connect the Baltic countries with Poland, will also improve military mobility, accordi...

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Estonia: Linnamae hydroelectric plant doesn't qualify as vital service provider

The Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications said that the hydroelectric power plants of Jagala and Linnamae do not qualify as v...

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Lithuanian PM weighs in on president's first annual address

Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis said on June 18 he saw President Gitanas Nauseda's wish to pool and unite both the nation and p...

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Warming of Baltic Sea waters favorable for Vibrio bacteria growth

Warming waters in the Baltic Sea are favorable for the growth of Vibrio bacteria, which may pose a threat of infection, Lithuania’s Center...

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Latvia’s Ralfs Nemiro will be KPV LV party's candidate for Riga mayor

Former economics minister and current chairman of Saeima Economics, Agricultural, Environmental and Regional Policy Committee, Ralfs Nemiro will...

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Lithuania plans to acquire COVID-19 contact tracing app

Lithuania is planning to acquire a smartphone application to trace close contacts of coronavirus-infected people. 

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Global Peace Index: global peacefulness has deteriorated over past year

Global peacefulness has deteriorated over the past year, with this being the fourth time in the last five years that the world has seen a fall i...

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Constitutional Court: minimum income not in line with Constitution

On Thursday, June 25, the Constitutional Court decided that the current guaranteed minimum income (GMI) level does not comply with the Constitut...

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Lithuania adopts new lobbying law

Lithuania’s parliament, Seimas, on June 26 adopted a new law on lobbying after a scandal involving the country’s banking association...

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