According to Pavalkis, the treaty is highly important for cooperation between Lithuanian and Chinese science and education institutions. It will promote academic exchange programmes, enhance cooperation in the area of education and science as well as contribute to further development of bilateral relations in various areas.
The meeting between representatives of Lithuania and China also addressed other relevant bilateral cooperation issues.
On 27-28 April, participants of ASEM ME5 discuss about result-driven cooperation. The objective of the meeting is to ensure a future-oriented dialogue and exchange the best practice as well as promote concrete cooperation activities in the regions of Asia and Europe.