Day: January 8, 2021

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Portugal: Thousands of Britons request new residence permit

According to the Lusa News Agency, the SEF stated that in the past three weeks, the SEF has cooperated with the British Embassy in Lisbon to propose an agreement through the new Brexit portal launched by the SEF on December 14 regarding 18,000 requests by UK citizens for residence permits.    According to SEF, a […]

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Greece: January forecast to be one of hottest in a half-century

The Meteorological Service of the National Observatory of Athens said on Friday that Greece is expected to experience its highest January temperature in nearly 50 years. The temperature at this time of the year will be 15 degrees Celsius higher than normal.    Only the temperature that occurred on January 29, 1987 (more than 25 […]

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Riga committed to help the most vulnerable population groups

On January 6, the official website of the city of Riga informed the residents of the Latvian capital of its ongoing commitment to ensure that the most vulnerable population groups do not go hungry this year.   More importantly, those who have a social service card to prove their low-income status can renew their visa […]

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Prague: Christmas trees to be reused in social services

After the Christmas and New Year holidays, local authorities of Prague are faced with a long and complicated process of removing decorations and restoring the original appearance of the city.    One of the important issues facing every environmentally conscious city is how to make Christmas trees, which become redundant after only a few weeks […]

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Denmark: Travel to all countries will be limited from January 9

Denmarkwill restrict travel to all countries from January 9th and advise against restricting the spread of the new coronavirus, especially the more easily spread mutations first discovered in the UK and South Africa to limit the spread of the new coronavirus.    Before that, it was decided this week to further tighten the already severe […]

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Greece: extension of coronavirus curbs until January 18

Deputy Minister of Civil Protection Nikos Hardalias said in a television briefing on Friday that the Greek government adopted some containment measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus until January 18.    The country has been locked down since the beginning of November due to a surge in infections mainly in the north. Its […]

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