aA
Some public procurement contracts signed in 2014 between Vilnius Municipality, then under the direction of former Mayor Artūras Zuokas, and private companies were illegal and should be annulled, said the Public Procurement Office.
Vilnius City Municipality
Vilnius City Municipality
© DELFI / Kiril Čachovskij

The government agency inspected seven public procurement contracts worth €14 million.

One challenged deal was signed with Mano Būstas, a subsidiary of City Service, for renovation and upkeep of heating facilities in preschools in Vilnius, worth €10,3 million. There was no need for the service, the Public Procurement Office said.

The agency also pointed to a €696,200 public toilet contract with BSS Grupė, suggesting that it not be renewed after expiration.

A €333,100 contract with Irdaiva to build a music room in one school was also singed in breach of public procurement rules, according to the agency.

|Populiariausi straipsniai ir video

Pandemic emptied cinemas: will they survive?

In an attempt to evaluate the long-term effects of Covid-19 on cinema operators, the law firm...

One more flight to be resumed from Vilnius

Latvian airline airBaltic is resuming its Vilnius- Tallinn flights on Monday after the Lithuanian...

Lithuania lifts restrictions on anti-coronavirus product sales

The Lithuanian Health Minister on Thursday lifted restrictions on medical face masks , respirators,...

AirBaltic launches new route from Vilnius to Oslo

After receiving all of the necessary permissions, airBaltic announces that it plans to launch direct...

Employers to commit not to cut wages if income tax is lowered

Lithuanian employers ' organizations say they will commit not to reduce wages during the crisis...

Top news

Veryga: extending lockdown will be proposed once again

Lithuania’s Health Minister Aurelijus Veryga will propose extending the lockdown once again.

One more flight to be resumed from Vilnius

Latvian airline airBaltic is resuming its Vilnius- Tallinn flights on Monday after the Lithuanian...

12 new coronavirus cases in Lithuania

On Sunday, 12 new COVID-19 cases were detected on Lithuania. Since the outbreak of the pandemic, 1635...

Pandemic emptied cinemas: will they survive?

In an attempt to evaluate the long-term effects of Covid-19 on cinema operators, the law firm...

Head of opera theater estimates quarantine losses

Lithuania's National Opera and Ballet Theater has probably lost one million euros because of the...

|Maža didelių žinių kaina