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Published 22 October, 2015
Estonia and China signed a memorandum of cooperation in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
In a meeting with Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Ruler of Dubai, Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas expressedhis hope for the fruitful cooperation in exchange of experience and development of electronic services.
Published 15 October, 2015
The European Commission has approved the construction of LNG terminal started earlier by Tallinna Sadam.
Published 8 October, 2015
According to the Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia, cargo turnover in the Baltic countries decreased by 5.7% as compared with the same period in 2014.
Published 1 October, 2015
The contest will be carried out by a recruitment agency Amrop Executive Search Baltics OÜ.
Published 24 September, 2015
Last week in the “Southern capital” of Kazakhstan in the framework of the exhibition “Transport and Logistics” - Transit-Kazakhstan 2015 – there was discussed cooperation of the Baltic States and Kazakhstan in transport sector.
Published 17 September, 2015
DPD has signed a contract with a large European network for the transport of goods on pallets Palletways
The largest company DPD, specializing in delivery of goods to the countries of the Customs Union will become a supplier to 18 more countries in Europe, including the UK, Italy, France and Germany.
Published 11 September, 2015
Architects of the capitals will hold three days of talks, where will be discussed a project to build a tunnel between Estonia and Finland.
Published 3 September, 2015
By decision of Port of Tallinn were satisfied the statements of resignation of Allan Kiili and Ain Kaljurand who are suspected of taking bribes.
Published 28 August, 2015
Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia applied with a joint request to the commissioner for agriculture in the EU, Phil Hogan, for the facilitation of the dairy products market in the Baltic countries.
Published 20 August, 2015
The European Commission will allocate EUR 35 million to the Ministry of internal Affairs of Estonia. With the help of this grant the Estonian government will be able to renew their equipment and technologies for border security.
Published 13 August, 2015
The beginning of repair works at the site of the railway Tapa - Tartu is scheduled for September.
Published 6 August, 2015
In total Tax and Customs Board of Estonia will purchase 6 X-ray units for a total amount of € 13.2 million.
Published 30 July, 2015
The research of the news agency "PortNews" made following the results of the firsthalf of 2015, revealed that on the background of a sharp decline in container traffic through Russian terminals, container freight TEUs, shipped through the Baltic ports, comprise almost25% of total container import.
Published 23 July, 2015
The sudden outbreak of African swine fever on July 18 on farms of Valagaskiy and Vilyandiskiy districts in Estonia has resulted in quarantine regime in a number of farms, where the number of the largest of which is 131 species.
Published 16 July, 2015
One of the most lively shipping lines in Europe - between Estonia and Finland - will receive from the EU 29.3 million euros for the development of infrastructure in ports of Helsinki and Tallinn for the project "Twin-Port II".
Published 9 July, 2015
The decision rejecting the issue of visas to Russian diplomats covered by the EU sanctions, was made by Estonia.
Published 3 July, 2015
On June 30 Estonian state-owned port operator AS Tallinna Sadam confirmed the construction of the LNG terminal in Estonian Muuga port that will receive and store liquefied natural gas transported by sea transport.
Published 25 June, 2015
The heads of foreign ministers - members of the European Union - passed a resolution to increase the period of sanctions on Russia until January 31, 2016. In response to that Russia will provide an additional list of goods with embargo.
Published 18 June, 2015
The Council of the European Union is unhappy with Russia's ban on Latvian and Estonian fish products
According to the Minister of Agriculture of Latvia Janis Duklavs the ban is too strict, it should be applicable prior to addressing the causes only to those companies where inconsistencies were revealed, but not to the industry of the country completely.
Published 11 June, 2015
The authorities in Tallinn plan to mark the border with Russia by themselves.