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The future of Europe after Brexit: Lithuania and Germany?

Next week, on 17 December 2018, the Presidential Palace will host an important international conference on the relations between Germany and Lithuania. The participants include the Lithuanian German Forum, functioning for thirteen years now and currently headed by Gabrielė Gylytė-Hein, representatives from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Vytautas Magnus University, and the Vilnius Institute for Policy Analysis. Jointly, they will strive to define the strategic guidelines for the Lithuanian-German relations at a conference broadcast live via the Delfi TV. The event will also be attended by influential European foreign policy makers and a large number of entrepreneurs, academics and cultural representatives. […]

Dalia Grybauskaitė
Foreign affairs

Lithuanian president calls on China to improve investment environment for EU businesses

Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė has called on China to create a more favorable investment environment for EU investment and facilitate conditions for foreign imports. […]

Giedrius Surplys
Foreign affairs

Lithuanian agriculture minister visits China to promote exports

Agriculture Minister Giedrius Surplys is visiting China to promote Lithuanian exports to the huge Asian market. […]

Li Keqiang at at the Opening Ceremony of The Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2018
Opinion

Address at the Opening Ceremony of The Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2018

Following a tortuous journey, a collective global recovery has emerged. This recovery is driven by the new round of industrial revolution and a new boom in innovation, which has lent fresh impetus to global economic development. That said, our world is faced with rising uncertainties and destabilizing factors, and a growing backlash against globalization. How to boost the new drivers to secure sustained growth of the global economy is a key area of concern for all of us. In this context, the theme of this Annual Meeting, “Shaping Innovative Societies in the Fourth Industrial Revolution”, cannot be more relevant. […]