According to Grybauskaitė, who is on a working visit to Malta, Lithuania favourably evaluates Cameron’s ideas on reducing bureaucratic and regulatory burden on businesses. Grybauskaitė told foreign media prior to the EU-Africa summit that some of the proposals were acceptable as everyone was striving for greater competitiveness.
ELECTIONS. ‘Peasants’ – no to alcohol on weekends, yes to state pharmacies
The Lithuanian Peasant and Greens Union (LVŽS) has earned 19 mandates in the multi-mandate electoral district, another 42 politicians are vying to be elected in the second round in single-mandate districts. But Ramūnas Karbauskis, the […]
Opinion: Kremlin’s ghost over Riga Summit (I)
The European Union launched its Eastern Partnership programme in 2009, soon after Russia‘s 2008 war on Georgia. It was proposed by Poland and Sweden, with enthusiastic support from Lithuania. Russia has ever since been blaming the programme for trying to undermine its interests in the countries Moscow refers to as the “near abroad”. […]
President’s advisor: Lithuanian school students pawns in Russia’s provocation
Participation of Lithuanian school students in paramilitary camps in Russia is a provocation, says Jovita Neliupšienė, chief foreign affairs advisor to President Dalia Grybauskaitė. She notes that the kids have been taken advantage of and state institutions should be responsible for carrying out prevention. […]
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