Deputy Foreign Minister of Belarus Oleg Kravchenko held a meeting at the Lithuanian Foreign Ministry, where he discussed with Darius Skusevicius, Lithuania's Deputy Foreign Minister, the issues raised by Lithuania in connection with the construction of a nuclear power plant in Belarus.
Cypriot Minister of Interior Affairs, Konstantinos Petridis, has confirmed that the government has already issued permits for the construction of 25 new high-rise buildings, with another 60 being pending.
Within the framework of Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to Austria, a number of agreements are planned to be signed by the Russian and Austrian parties, Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov said at a briefing in Moscow.
On July 1, amendments to Federal Law No. 214-FZ are to come into force. A month is left — and despite this, much in the matter of project financing remains unclear, which raises concerns for both business and some of the MPs themselves.
The residential property market in Mexico remains strong, despite forecasts that the earthquake in September 2017, which caused serious damage and killed more than 300 people, would lead to a decline in some areas.
The Ministry of Energy of Russia has ensured the commissioning of the 500 kV electricity transmission line along the route Rostov — Andreevskaya — Vyshesteblievskaya (Taman) for power supply to the Crimea, the ministry said.