“The agenda includes meetings with Lithuania’s institutions as we want to gain an insight into Lithuania’s reform experience, we want to understand the functioning of investment attraction mechanism in Lithuania, the functioning of export promotion agencies and control authorities. We just want to gain an insight into reform experience,” Adomas Ąžuolas Audickas, an aide to the minister, told BNS.
He confirmed that one of the goals of the visit was to take a look at the activities of Invest Lithuania, a governmental investment promotion agency.
Moreover, on Monday, Abromavičius will meet with Lithuania’s ministers of economy and foreign affairs, the Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists and later, with Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius.
Abromavičius was appointed as Ukraine’s economy minister last December. Audickas was appointed as his aide in February.