Businessman Juri Mois says offered Greens to finance their campaignLocal News
- Estonian parlt ratifies Rail Baltic accordEconomy
- Audit office criticism not enough to derail Rail BalticEconomy
- New railroad would triple salariesEconomy
- €17 million to buy railroad for a decadeLocal News
- X-file reveals hidden truth about Rail BalticEconomyOutspoken critic of the Rail Baltic project MP Igor Gräzin was not accommodated in January when he asked Prime Minister Jüri Ratas for a presentation given during a 2011 cabinet meeting regarding the railroad. State Secretary Heiki Loot refused to release the document as the economy ministry had deemed it exclusively for in-house use for a period of a decade.
- Estonian govt gives green light to signature of Rail Baltic agreementLocal News
- We could have a Tartu-Riga train tomorrowEconomy
- Lithuanian railroad's stalling tactics threat to Rail BalticLocal News
- Estonia-Latvia borderlands merger makes Riigikogu splash A Tale of Two Cities, Baltic contemporary versionLocal News
- Passenger trains carry financial relief to transit businessEconomy
- Hefty haul – Rail Baltic crosstiesLocal News
- EconMin finishes analysis of Rail Baltic route alternativesEconomy
- Indrek Orav to become head of Rail Baltic Estonia holding companyEconomyEstonian Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Urve Palo on Friday signed the foundation documents of the holding company Rail Baltic Estonia OU, according to which Indrek Orav is to become head of the company and Anti Moppel, Agris Peedu and Illar Kaasik will become supervisory board members.
- Olli Rehn: in crisis, we also protected the weakest of societyLocal News
- Rail Baltic at risk after utterance by KallasEconomyA Rail Baltic expert meeting this week to arrange shareholder agreement for joint Baltic railway company fell apart. Namely, as announced by representatives of Lithuania, they lacked powers to discuss proposals by Latvia and Estonia seeing premier-to-be Siim Kallas told Reform Party general assembly a referendum might be held regarding the project.
- Prime Ministers united: we want Rail BalticaEconomyPrime Ministers of Poland, Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania (pictured, from the left: Donald Tusk, Laimdota Straujuma, Andrus Ansip, Algirdas Butkevičius) affirmed at a meeting in Tallinn, yesterday, that there were no political obstacles to the fast trains track to pass the four countries; only technical nuances remain to be clarified.
- Editorial: Baltic purposes and Lithuanian interestsOpinion
- Lithuania applying brakes on Rail BalticLocal NewsFrom the recent tone of the Estonian-Latvian-Lithuanian talks regarding the Rail Baltic joint company, one does get the impression that the latter doesn’t actually want the railway at all. In a veiled way, this is also what Kaido Simmerman – former Estonian Railways’ head and now chief engineer at Latvian Railways – said when in Tallinn on Tuesday: while Estonia and Latvia sit in the same boat regarding the project, Lithuania takes the totally opposite stand in almost all aspects.
- Ilves holds up Rail Baltic as example to Baltic cooperationLocal News
- Ministers of five countries sign Rail Baltic joint venture agreementEconomy
- Rail Baltica course options up for discussionLocal News
- Rail Baltic work group agrees on founding joint companyEconomy
- Fretful farmers waiting for the Tallinn-Berlin trainLocal News
- German president voices support for Rail Baltic projectEconomy
- Only Lithuania opposes Rail Baltic joint ventureEconomy
- Baltic PMs: Rail Baltic joint venture documents must be drafted by end-JulyEconomy
- Helsinki mayor: Cooperation between Tallinn, Helsinki serves both cities' interestsLocal News
- Estonian econmin: Rail Baltic joint venture should be set up as soon as possibleEconomy
- Estonian parlt speaker assures Lithuanian colleague of support for nuclear plant projectEconomy
- Estonian and Lithuanian prime ministers discuss joint energy and transport projectsEconomyAt a meeting the prime ministers of Estonia and Lithuania discussed cooperation between their countries, energy and transport projects and the future of the European Union. The heads of government agreed that Estonia and Lithuania continue to work well together, reported Government Communication Unit.