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Monday 14.10.2019 | Name days: Minna, Vilhelmīne

Baltic Restaurants Latvia breached hygiene standards in Sigulda’s kindergartens

Catering service provider Baltic Restaurants Latvia did not follow personal hygiene standards and committed numerous violations for cleanliness and disinfection activities at kindergartens Ieviņa and Saulīte in Sigulda.

Riga Central Market becomes more accessible for disabled people

After taking into account complaints from residents, Riga Central Market’s Gastronomy Pavilion has been made more accessible for people with motor function disabilities and more convenient for sellers, said Prof. Baiba Rozentāle, chairperson of Riga City Council’s Social Affairs Committee.

Volume of imported petrol to Latvia down 6.7% in seven months

The volume of imported motor petrol to Latvia has declined 6.7% in the first seven months in 2019 when compared to the same period of 2018. The volume of imported diesel fuel has increased 0.1%.

Estonia criticises plan to link EU migrant relocation with financial penalties

As Italy is calling for the reshaping of the migration policy of the European Union, Estonian Interior Minister has voiced opposition to the plan and vowed not to take part in the first debate of the proposal about the centralised relocation of migrants.

PVD: no more E. coli presence found at kindergartens in Sigulda

Investigation of the cause for E.coli spread in Sigulda has been performed to the maximum extent to prevent more infection cases, said Food and Veterinary Service’s director general Māris Balodis in an interview to Latvijas Radio on Friday, 20 September.

Weather to remain rainy and windy in Latvia

Cyclone activity will continue dictating weather conditions in Latvia on weekends. This means the sky will become clear only briefly, as reported by Latvian State Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre.

Sigulda municipality turns to police over infection cases in kindergartens

Sigulda municipality has turned to State Police to investigate the link between last week’s uncovered intestinal infection cases, including four infection cases involving salmonella bacteria, as confirmed by the municipality.

Candidate: FCMC team should learn to work substantially, not formally

The team of Latvia’s Finance and Capital Market Commission should learn to work substantially, not formally, said the candidate for the post of chief of FCMC and Citadele Bank board member Santa Purgaile at a press –conference on Thursday, 19 September.

Lithuanian analysts on Russia-Belarus unification plan: actions louder than words

The announcement by Belarus and Russia this week of their entering into an economic confederacy by 2022 did not go unnoticed in Vilnius, which is courting the idea of recharging its dusty relations with Minsk. Is it just the Slavic countries’ new attempt to fulfil the endeavour?

Costs for delivery of printed press to be compensated in Latvia

On Thursday, 19 September, Latvia’s Saeima supported in the second and final reading amendments to the Postal Law, which provide delivery of printed press under subscription in 2020 under the same rules and conditions that are in force now.

Finance and Capital Market Commission applies a considerable fine on PrivatBank

Latvia’s Finance and Capital Market Commission has applied a fine of EUR 1.019 million on AS PrivatBank for violation of the Law on the Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorism and Proliferation Financing, as confirmed by FCMC Communication Office.

In Fukushima negligence case, company executives acquitted

A court in Japan has acquitted in a case of alleged negligence as to the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster three executives of a power company.

Millions intended for National Acoustic Concert Hall to be spent for other needs

The EUR 23 million allocated by European structure funds for the construction of the National Acoustic Concert Hall, and which were planned to be used for the reinforcement of AB Dam, have been divided for other needs, said Latvia’s Culture Minister Nauris Puntulis.