“All parties to the project work in line with the set timeframe with their activities, including Estonia, and are doing everything for the smooth functioning of the project. Re-applying for the Polish environmental permit does not stop the preparations of the project in the Baltic countries,” said the Estonian Rail Baltica project manager Miikko Peris.
Estonian company JetGas has expressed interest to use Lithuania’s future liquefied natural gas (LNG) distribution station which will be constructed in Klaipėda. […]
Lithuania has surpassed its northern neighbour Latvia when it raised the minimum wage to €380, which is €10 more than in Latvia. However, Latvia has started discussing the possibility to raise the minimum wage to […]