It is expected that European Council head Donald Tusk will send to the remaining European Union member states on Friday, March 31, a draft plan as to how the block would like to carry out talks with the UK about its divorce from the EU.
Estonian entrepreneur has won a trial against the Russian Defense Ministry in a case, where his is defending rights to own real estate in the Russian-annexed Ukrainian peninsular of Crimea.
Seventeen citizens of Vietnam and five guides have been arrested for illegal attempts to cross Latvia’s state border, as reported by State Border Guard.
American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, who was last year named the laureate of the prestigious Nobel Prize in literature, has agreed to accept his award in Stockholm this week.
After four and a half years of negotiations with the European Union, visa-free travel has entered into force for Georgian nationals travelling to the Schengen area, which has been marked by the Prime Minister of the Caucasian country with a trip to Athens and Brussels in a group of students.
The proportion of HIV-infected tuberculosis patients in Latvia is 17.4%, which is the highest not only among Baltic States, but also Europe, as mentioned by Jurijs Perescikovs, director of Disease Prevention and Control Centre’s Infection Risk Analysis Department in a discussion dedicated to the World Tuberculosis Day.