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|TBILISI Balenciaga Speed Trainer Noir Pas Cher , May 6 (Xinhua) -- Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili on Wednesday sent the new composition of the government to the parliament for approval after days of delay, local media reported.
The composition includes three new ministers -- Tina Khidasheli, Tariel Khechikashvili and Gigla Abulashvili among the 20-member cabinet Balenciaga Triple S Grise Pas Cher , according to Interpressnews.
"My main motivation was to hold consultations in a peaceful environment and I am pleased that we have achieved this," Margvelashvili said after the submission, referring to the reason why he postponed his submission to the parliament.
Georgia's government faces a second confidence vote as the resignation of seven ministers in succession triggered a constitutional clause under which a confidence vote is needed if more than one-third of the government is replaced. The government last won a confidence vote in July 2014.
According to the constitution Balenciaga Triple S Noir Pas Cher , the ruling Georgian Dream coalition, which forms the majority in the parliament, will have to name a candidate for prime minister. The candidate will have to name new cabinet members and submit the lineup to the president www.balenciagatriplespascher.fr , through whom it will be sent to the parliament for a confidence vote within the next seven days.
Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili sent the list of new government members to President Margvelashvili on May 1, local media reported. However, the president postponed the submission to the parliament Balenciaga Triple S Femme Pas Cher , citing the list should be made in a peaceful and calm way.
Under the Georgian constitution, the vote of confidence from the parliament is expected on Friday.
VILNIUS， May 25 (Xinhua) -- Lithuanian Transport and Communications Minister Rimantas Sinkevicius vowed Wednesday to reorganize the state controlled Lithuanian railways amid criticism from the country's president and possible fine from the European Commission.
Sinkevicius told local media that the ministry will propose to the European Commission to reorganize Lithuanian railways according to the 4th railway package.
This set of legislation aims to create a single European rail， encourage competition by separating rail infrastructure and railway undertakings.
"Complying with the legislation which has already been approved in the EU would be the most rational solution，" Sinkevicius told journalists referring to the 4th railway package.
"We will propose to make the activities of Lithuanian railways more transparent as it is determined in the 4th railway package，" said Sinkevicius.
Though， he said the government aims to maintain a vertically integrated model of the company's structure.
The minister revealed the plans after meeting with the country's President Dalia Grybauskaite earlier on Wednesday.
Sinkevicius and Grybauskaite discussed the European Commission's accusations that Lithuanian railways abused its dominating position and the prospects that the state controlled company may receive a fine of 43 million euros (about 48 million U.S. dollars) for removing railway stretch to Latvia.
Grybauskaite urged the government to find a solution and inform the European Commission about its decisions that "would help avoid sanctions".
She highlighted that "the government's inaction will cost Lithuania millions in fines".
According to the president， the government has to make a decision on reorganization in Lithuanian railways immediately.
"Lithuanian railways are acting like a state within a state，" Grybauskaite was quoted as saying in a press release.
"It is intolerable that the company's interests are raised above the interests of the country，" she said.
Later on Wednesday， Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevicius dismissed Grybauskaite's criticism， noting he doesn't think Lithuanian railways are acting like a state within a state.
The European Commission has recently proposed the country with two solutions， either the country reorganizes Lithuanian railways by separating infrastructure and cargo and passenger carrying into two companies， or pays the fine and rebuilds the railway track， according to local media.
Lithuanian railways dismantled the track between Lithuania and Latvia in 2008. This action prevented Orlen Lietuva， a Polish controlled oil refining company in Lithuania and major client of Lithuanian railways， from using services of other railway companies. In 2013， the European Commission launched an anti-monopoly probe against Lithuanian railways.
BEIJING, Aug. 30 (Xinhua) -- Agricultural Bank of China (ABC) Balenciaga Triple S Pas Cher ,one of the country's biggest lenders, reported higher earningsgrowth Wednesday thanks to steady increase of net interestincome.
The company's net profit attributable to equity holders rose 3.3percent year on year to 108.6 billion yuan (about 16.4 billion U.S.dollars) in the first six months (H1), as calculated under theinternational financial reporting standards Vans Old Skool Pro Marine Bleu Pas Cher , according to astatement filed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
This was higher than a 0.8-percent rise in the same period oflast year.
Net interest income, which accounted for 75.7 percent of thecompany's total operating income in H1, increased 6.2 percent yearon year.
Non-performing loan ratio stood at 2.19 percent by the end ofJune Vans Old Skool Canvas Burgundy Blanche Pas Cher , lower than the 2.37-percent six months earlier.
The bank's provision coverage ratio, a measure of funds setaside to cover bad loans, rose to 181.8 percent from 173.4 percentat the end of last year.
In H2 Vans Old Skool Grise Blanche Pas Cher , the company will continue to focus on risk prevention,building a comprehensive risk management system while strictlycontrolling the quality of new loans, according to thestatement.
ABC shares in Hong Kong rose 0.81 percent on Wednesday while itsshares in Shanghai fell 1.28 percent. Enditem
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