Riga’s bike paths have been extended by 8 km

The installation of bicycle infrastructure has been completed on three routes: in Āgenskalns and Ķīpsala, in Mežciems, as well as in Čiekurkalns and Mežaparks. In Pardaugava, the length of bicycle paths has been increased by 1.3 kilometers. In Mežciems, two one-way bicycle lanes were built on Gaiļezera Street, which added 1.1 kilometres to the existing … Read more

Russia strikes energy infrastructure in Sumy region

“These are 348 settlements (Akhtyrka district and part of Sumy). Also, some consumers in the city of Sumy are temporarily without electricity,” the post specifies. “Power engineering teams are working to restore the distribution of electricity to each home.” According to the Sumy Regional Military Administration (SRA), on the morning of July 6, the Russian … Read more

New, tougher laws to govern Delhi – World

New penalties have been imposed in India’s capital. The purpose of implementing the new laws is to abolish the colonial era laws. Under the new laws, tougher penalties have been imposed for perpetrators of crimes against women and children and for terrorists. The new laws repealed the Indian Penal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure and … Read more

“An ideal place”: an abandoned stadium in Anderlecht soon to open to local residents

The Verdonck stadium in the Scheut district of Anderlecht, abandoned for over a decade, will soon be accessible to residents. This decision comes after an agreement between the municipality of Anderlecht and the Wallonia-Brussels Federation (FWB), the site’s owner. However, a legal framework for using the stadium must be established before it is opened to … Read more

Green energy produced in Latvia may be beneficial not to us, but to the Swedes

Offshore wind farms such as Elwind are expected to provide Latvia with electricity export opportunities. A year ago, the Baltic States and Germany signed a joint memorandum of understanding on the construction of the Baltic WindConnector, which involves laying a 750 km long cable along the bottom of the Baltic Sea to transmit electricity. A … Read more

North Korea to ship engineering troops to Russian-occupied areas of Ukraine

North Korea will ship engineering and development troops to the annexed areas of the Donetsk area of Ukraine. This was reported on Wednesday, June 26, by the American Institute for the Research of Warfare (ISW). Earlier, South Korean tv firm TV Chosun reported on Pyongyang’s plans, citing a South Korean authorities official who wished to … Read more

Pupuk Kujang will construct a brand new manufacturing unit – 2024-06-26 10:16:06

Employees transport sacks of urea fertilizer at Jatibarang Pupuk Kujang warehouse line 3, Indramayu, West Java (ANTARA FOTO/Dedhez Anggara) PUPUK Kujang has entered right into a memorandum of understanding concerning long-term fuel provide with Husky-CNOOC Madura Ltd. (HCML). Memorandum of Understanding That is to assist the development of the brand new Kujang-1C manufacturing unit. “We … Read more

Indonesia Must Enhance Infrastructure and Commerce to Keep WCR Rating – 2024-06-20 21:08:32

A employee supervises the method of loading and unloading containers on the Belawan Worldwide Container Terminal, Medan Metropolis. (ANTARA/FRANCISCO CAROLLIO) RESEARCH Institute for Financial and Neighborhood Analysis (LPEM) College of Economics and Enterprise (FEB) College of Indonesia (UI), Jahen F Rezki assesses that Indonesia wants to enhance infrastructure and worldwide commerce. The reason being, it … Read more