The Lithuania Tribune recently interviewed Professor Dr Julian Lindley-French, Chairman of The Alphen Group, during the Annual Conference on Russia organized by the Baltic Defence College in Tartu, Estonia. Dr Lindley-French shared his insights on […]
The affluent EU member states have seen population increases over the past decade and this has led to more rapid economic development among them. The less well-off member states experienced the opposite processes – a […]
A Lithuanian vice-minister of foreign affairs spoke with the UK‘s Minister of State for Immigration Robert Goodwill regarding the attack on a Lithuanian home in Northern Ireland. According to a Foreign Ministry statement, Vice-Minister Mantvydas […]
The United Kingdom‘s foreign policy should not undergo radical change after Boris Johnson, the controversial former London mayor and a leading Brexit campaigner, has been appointed secretary of state for foreign affairs, Lithuanian Minister Linas Linkevičius believes.
Lithuanian Deputy Foreign Minister Mantvydas Bekešius is meeting the Lithuanian expat community in London to discuss Brexit vote results and the recent surge in attack against Eastern European migrants in the United Kingdom.
Economist Gitanas Nausėda says that not only Lithuania‘s exports would suffer after Brexit, but so would its real estate and retail markets as a result of Lithuanian expatriates sending less money they make in the […]
In three weeks, British citizens are voting on whether to remain in the European Union. The results of the referendum are hard to predict with any certainty, but one thing is clear – Brexit would be most painful for the United Kingdom itself and the country’s economy. The situation of expat Lithuanians would also be inevitably affected. […]
It took only six months for two Lithuanian entrepreneurs, Vilnius Malinauskas and Marius Bartkevičius, to establish a business and start exporting their products. Their company, Smells Like Spells, is making natural soy was candles and home fragrances which found a niche in the US, the UK, German and Latvian markets. […]
British voters are hitting the polls in six weeks to decide whether their country should stay or leave the European Union. The effects of Brexit would be felt throughout the 28-country block, so the EU and countries like Lithuania should also unobtrusively contribute to the debate in Britain, Lithuanian experts say. […]
Lithuanians living in Britain say that many expats simply do not believe that the Britain will decide to leave the EU, but there would be less fear of a Brexit if there were more precise […]