European Union

EC to announce its decision on Gazprom following six-year probe

The European Commission will announce its decision in the upcoming days regarding a dispute with Russian gas giant Gazprom, following a six-year investigation […]

Gazprom Neft

Energmin expects Brussels to hear Lithuania’s argumentation in dispute with Gazprom

The European Commission should take into account the argumentation of Lithuania’s government when deciding on the dispute with Russia‘s gas concern Gazprom, says Lithuania’s Energy Minister Žygimantas Vaičiūnas. […]

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How to make the deal of the deals with Russia? After dinner with E. Lucas

Edward Lucas, the former senior editor of the Economist, visited Vilnius on January 10th — once again, should we say. He lived in Lithuania in the Nineties and is such a frequent commentator and visitor in Lithuania that he even speaks the language a bit. His work has been revolving around Russia for so long that he has become a synonym for Russophobia, an accusation he is sharing with the three Baltic States. […]

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Foreign affairs

PM’s stance on Russia: 2 points in support, 2 against, 2 motives

The call from Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis to resume contacts with Russia on the political level and operations of an intergovernmental commission have made top headlines over the past few days. […]

Lietuvos energija

Which state owned companies need privatisation?

Certain state owned companies are overflowing with funds, cannot handle their appetites and fail to perform their core duties. This is what Seimas Commission of Energy chairman Virgilijus Poderys is convinced of. He states that […]