Posts published in Day: May 3, 2019

Lithuania blacklists Russian singer Leps over his alleged ties with criminals

Friday, May 3, 2019

Lithuania has blacklisted Grigory Leps, a popular Russian singer, over his alleged ties with the criminal world. The sanctions were imposed on the singer earlier this week under the so-called Magnitsky Act that allows blacklisting people linked to large corruption, money laundering or human rights violations. Interior Minister Eimutis Misiunas signed the order to bar entry to Leps after he was requested to do so by Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius. “We…

Sexy Demi Rose was again displaying her incredible frame (18+)

Friday, May 3, 2019

Sexy Demi Rose was again displaying her incredible frame as she posed up a storm in a tiny bikini with a nude body and dazzling adornments while throwing herself into a sexy swimwear shoot in Tunisia. Her famous figure has taken her from the suburbs of Sutton Coldfield to the bright lights of Hollywood. The 24-year-old model looked sensational as she pulled all her best poses while rocking a nude…

Minister of Defence R.Karoblis attend celebration of Poland’s 20th anniversary in NATO

Friday, May 3, 2019

On May 3 Minister of National Defence Raimundas Karoblis will observe May 3rd Constitution and NATO 20th Anniversary Parade in Poland. Soldiers and a flag group of the Honour Guard Company of the Lithuanian Armed Forces will march in the parade alongside soldiers of Poland and other NATO allies. “There is no ambiguity that Poland is one of the key security and defence partners of Lithuania. We are parts of…

Jekabpils to host May 4 military parade

Friday, May 3, 2019

May 4 will see the town of Jekabpils hosting the annual military parade in celebration of the 29th anniversary of the restoration of independence of the Republic of Latvia. Since 2012 the parade has taken place in a different town or city to give the regions a taste of the parade that always takes place November 18 in Rīga to mark the proclamation of the Latvian Republic for the first time in…

Lithuania, France step up cooperation in nuclear power plant decommissioning

Friday, May 3, 2019

Lithuania and France are stepping up cooperation in the decommissioning of nuclear power plants and radioactive waste management, the Lithuanian Energy Ministry said. The ministry and the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) signed on Thursday a letter of intent on strategic cooperation, aimed at opening the way for practical cooperation in the field of scientific and technological development in the short and long term. Deputy Energy Minister Lina Sabaitiene says both…

«Emotionally upset as a woman», Estonian minister describes President Kaljulaid

Friday, May 3, 2019

The Estonian Conservative People’s Party (EKRE) showed little restraint as its leader criticised President Kersti Kaljulaid for believing media reports on the party’s minister’s links to alleged domestic violence and leaving the parliament during his swearing-in. American news agency AP reports that EKRE’s leader and the new Estonian Interior Minister Mart Helme evaluated in a press conference on Thursday, May 2, that her actions that have now resulted into the…

Deglava Bridge in Riga to reopen to public transport and emergency services

Friday, May 3, 2019

The overpass over Augusta Deglava Street in Riga (Deglava Bridge) will reopen to public transport as of tomorrow, Una Ahuna-Ozola, a representative of the Riga City Council’s Transport Department, informed LETA. The overpass will only be open to public and emergency services transport, with the speed limit set at 20 kilometers per hour. Maris Demme, director of the control department of the Construction State Control Bureau (BVKB), told LETA that…

Deliberations begin for 2020-2023 state budget strategy

Friday, May 3, 2019

The government picked up the issue of the state budget strategy for 2020-2023 for the first time at its Thursday meeting. The document forms the basis of Estonia’s budget-related policies and decisions and outlines the long-term spending aims and purposes of the state. Discussions started with an overview by the Ministry of Finance of the spring economic forecast, along with the basic considerations to be applied in the new strategy.…

Spring Storm exercise brings émigré Estonian back home

Friday, May 3, 2019

The annual Spring Storm (Kevadtorm) military exercise has brought one young émigré Estonian back to his homeland. Steven Sepp left Estonia as a 10-year-old, for the U.K., but five years ago reached conscription age and, this year, returned to his country of origin for Spring Storm, ERR’s online Estonian news reports. Steven says he has had to regularly explain to friends in Britain what he is doing in Estonia right…

HIV drugs prevent transmission of virus, large study concludes

Friday, May 3, 2019

A large European study has found that the proper use of antiretroviral drugs prevents the transmission of the human immunodeficiency virus among male partners. British news portal The Guardian reported on Thursday, May 2, that the important conclusion has been made by the study «Risk of HIV transmission through condomless sex in serodifferent gay couples with the HIV-positive partner taking suppressive antiretroviral therapy: final results of a multicentre, prospective, observational…