Seimas ratifies Lithuania-Sweden continental shelf boundary agreement

Early in April, foreign ministers of Lithuania and Sweden signed a bilateral maritime boundary treaty legitimizing an approximately 15-kilometre-long maritime boundary between the two countries.

The NordBalt electricity interconnection, which will help create a common Baltic-Nordic electricity market and reduce dependence on Russia, will cross the maritime boundary between Lithuania and Sweden.

Ratification of this agreement completes the formalization and legalization of all Lithuania’s frontiers, special economic zones and continental shelf boundaries.

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