Counsulate general of latvia to lebanon home gaz 67 dakar

Intense heat is expected in Latvia in the first half of the week. Maximum air temperature is expected to reach +30° C in the middle of the week. The heat will back off in the second half of the week. Colder masses of air will flow into the country along with northern winds, as reported by Latvia’s State Environment, Geology and Meteorology Centre.

High-atmospheric pressure area will dictate weather at the beginning of next week. With that, it is expected to be partially cloudy and dry. Wind speed will be slow. Nights will be relatively warm: air temperature will not drop below +11° C… +16° C. Intense heat is expected during the day – air temperature may reach +27° C… +29° C. Air temperature along the coast will not drop below +20° C… +24° C.

Weather will change again at the end of the week. Strong northern winds will carry colder masses of air to the country, forcing the heat to back off. Air temperature will drop to +6° C… +11° C at night. Daytime air temperature will stay at around +15° C… +20° C. Nevertheless, weather will remain dry and sunny.

The government supported Economy Ministry’s amendments in two sections: rules for production of electricity and price-calculation when producing electricity in co-generation and rules for production of electricity using renewable energy resources and price-calculation.

The goal of those rules is improving state support for end consumers of electricity, ensuring more efficient use of electricity and predictability of costs, as well as introducing stricter control mechanisms for CHP plants and requirements for provision of support.

To ensure accurate record keeping of electrical energy, heating energy and fuel, Economy Ministry proposes adopting rules to perform records at least once a day for produced electricity and heating energy and at least once a month for fuel used in energy production. This data is to be stored for at least five years.

The chief of the service mentioned that the fight against crime will never be over. Still, he wants to keep working in the service to make sure the next officers would receive cases in the best possible condition. «I’m not saying cases do not fit international requirements. It is worth mentioning that requirements change all the time,» said Burkâns.

He mentioned that his service works in a very narrow range, which requires deep knowledge in law, financial affairs and money laundering prevention measures. «There is no institution in Latvia that trains officers in money laundering prevention – this is something we have to learn in time,» adds Burkâns.

«Based on what I’ve heard from colleagues, they want me to stay, because it would be hard for them to work with someone else. Officers have an appropriate knowledge level – any newcomer would automatically be below their level. Decisions in regards to freezing money should be made within a day or even half an hour. Such decisions have to be made quickly and efficiently,» said Burkâns.

On Monday, 12 February, political party Unity asked parties of the coalition to conceptually support the initiative to pay politically repressed individuals benefits worth EUR 100 during Latvia’s centenary, as confirmed by Unity’s Saeima faction.

«Politically repressed individuals have suffered from criminal regimes that had ruled Latvia in the past. But they have never lost faith in a free and independent Latvia. The invitation for the government to decide on symbolic support for the annual congress of Latvian politically repressed. Unity believes the Cabinet of Ministers should make a relevant decision in the nearest future,» comments Unity’s Saeima faction leader Abu Meri.