President Dalia Grybauskaitė

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The European Council: proposals for fair competition and secure investments


EU leaders are discussing global trade issues in Brussels, with special focus placed on preparations for the EU-China...

European Council Meeting focuses on economy and promotion of growth


28 EU state leaders attending the European Council Meeting in Brussels and prime ministers of Iceland, Lichtenstein,...

EU leaders agree to extend Brexit


European leaders have agreed to delay Brexit until May 22, if the UK Parliament approves the withdrawal agreement...

The President signed a law on North Macedonia


President Dalia Grybauskaitė signed into law the ratification of the protocol on the accession of the Republic of North Macedonia to NATO. This concludes the Vilnius process launched in 2000 by ten countries declaring their aspirations to NATO membership. North Macedonia is the last of the Vilnius Ten nations that has not as yet acceded the Alliance. The invitation for North Macedonia to join the Alliance testifies to that NATO’s open door policy is an ongoing and dynamic process. Lithuania supports the enlargement of the Alliance.

European Council summit will focus on Brexit, trade and fight against disinformation


Tomorrow, on March 21, President Dalia Grybauskaitė is leaving for Brussels to attend a two-day meeting of the European Council. On the first day of their traditional meeting in Brussels, EU leaders will discuss the latest Brexit developments. As the scheduled date for the UK‘s departure from the EU on March 29 draws near, options for extending the Brexit deadline will be discussed - which requires the unanimous agreement of the EU-27. Global trade issues and preparations for the EU-China summit will also be on the meeting’s agenda. The debate will focus on the principle of reciprocity, a level playing...

The President congratulated Tunisia on Independence Day


President Dalia Grybauskaitė extended congratulations to President President Beji Caid Essebsi of Tunisia on Independence Day and sent her best wishes for the continued happiness, concord and well-being of all Tunisians. “As you celebrate National Independence Day, I would like to express my strong hope that the citizens of Tunisia do not lose their resolve in dealing with ongoing challenges, safeguarding public security and human rights, boosting economic growth, and securing Tunisia’s social and democratic foundation built on dialogue,” the President wrote in her message of congratulations.

The President: Lithuania has its own priorities in the European budget


President Dalia Grybauskaitė met with Klaus-Heiner Lehne, President of the European Court of Auditors to discuss the...

The President extended condolences over shooting attack in Utrecht


President Dalia Grybauskaitė offered heartfelt condolences over the deadly shooting attack in Utrecht, resulting in the loss of innocent lives. At this time of great distress, the President wished fortitude to the victims’ families and loved ones, recovery to the injured as well as unity and consolidation to the city of Utrecht and the Dutch people.

The President received letters of credence from the Ambassador of Argentina


President Dalia Grybauskaitė received letters of credence from Ambassador Ana Maria Ramirez of Argentina. The...

The President received letters of credence from the ambassador of Ecuador


President Dalia Grybauskaitė received letters of credence from Manuel Antonio Mejía Dalmau, Ambassador of Ecuador,...

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