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Tuesday 20.11.2018 | Name days: Anda, Andīna

Unemployment level in Latvia was 7% in Q3 2018

In Q3 2018 Latvian unemployment rate constituted 7.0 %. Compared to the previous quarter, unemployment rate fell by 0.7 percentage points, while over the year by 1.5 percentage points.

Bordāns: NCP will not support Pabriks’ government because KPV LV will not support it either

If the President of Latvia decides to nominate Attīstībai/Par! member Artis Pabriks, KPV LV will not work in this government. New Conservative Party would take the same position, according to what politicians told Tieša runa programme of LTV.

Jurmala City Council deputy asks State Audit to check six sport event procurements

Jurmala City Council Rolands Parasigs-Parasiņš from the National Alliance ‘All for Latvia’ – ‘For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK’ has asked the State Audit to evaluate several of the municipality’s procurements associated with the organization of sports events in Jurmala.

Number of guests hosted in Latvian tourist accommodation establishments up 6.5%

1.03 million visitors stayed at Latvian tourist accommodation establishments in Q3 2018, which is 6.5 % more than in Q3 2017. Compared to corresponding period of the previous year, the number of nights spent by visitors has increased by 5.3 %, reaching 1.95 million.

Road traffic to be restricted for the duration of Staro Riga light festival

Road traffic on streets of Riga will be restricted from 20:00 p.m. 14 November until 09:00 a.m. 20 November. Restrictions will apply to Zirgu Street, from Meistaru Street to Dome Square. Two-way road traffic will be organized at Dome Square, as reported by Riga City Council.

EP’s approved EUR 17.7 million to be invested in melioration infrastructure restoration

Allocation of support finances of EUR 17.7 million has been approved by the European Parliament for Latvia to cover losses from floods of summer and autumn 2017. This funding will be used to restore important infrastructure, such as water redirection system and damaged culverts, Agriculture Ministry reports.

Three parties exit talks with NCP; Bordāns’ chances of becoming prime minister plummet

According to the latest information, three political parties – Attīstībai/Par!, National Alliance ‘All for Latvia’ – ‘For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK’ and New Unity – have decided to exit government formation talks headed by the New Conservative Party.

Government starts discussing Latvia’s readiness for Brexit, worst scenario included

Latvian ministries’ readiness for the moment when Britain exits the EU differ, Latvian Foreign Affairs Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs told journalists after a government meeting on Tuesday, 13 November.

NCP’s proposed pension and benefit changes will cost state budget several hundred million euros

New Conservative Party’s proposals on changes for pensions and benefits will cost the next Latvian government several hundred million euros, according to estimates from ministries.

Latvian Saeima approves rules on formation of standing committees

On Tuesday, 13 November, Saeima supported rules that govern formation of standing committees, as confirmed by Saeima’s press-service.

Electricity stock market prices up in all Baltic States last week

Last week, electricity stock market prices increased in all three Baltic States, as reported by AS Latvenergo.

Finnish guests in Estonia at lowest numbers since 2008

The traditional cornerstone of Estonian tourism industry, guests from Finland, have in the third quarter of 2018 showed less interest in the Baltic country with their numbers dropping to a 10-year low.

Priorities of Bordāns’ potential government in Latvia are taking shape

Five political parties New Conservative Party would like to see in the next Cabinet of Ministers have reached an agreement on priorities of the potential new government in Latvia. More clarity on the possible division of posts, however, was not reached at the first round of talks this Monday.

Healthcare Minister: there will be funding for State Emergency Medical Service

Latvian Healthcare Minister Anda Čakša has decided to support State Emergency Medical Service’s plan for organization of work. She has confirmed that funding to cover pay for extended work hours will be allocated next year, as reported by Healthcare Ministry’s Communication Office director Oskars Šneiders.

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