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Lithuanian Ambassadors in EU countries gathered in Brussels to discuss priorities on the EU agenda and to meet with European Commission officials, including Commissioner Virginijus Sinkevičius (Environment, Oceans and Fisheries) and Kim Jørgensen, Head of Margrethe Vestager’s cabinet.
The Ambassadors of Lithuania and Poland briefed Senior US Military and Civilian Officials of the Capstone 2020 class about security and defence in the Baltic Sea Region, NATO and transatlantic relations, disinformation and cyber security.
Former Foreign Minister of Lithuania Vygaudas Usackas was invited to comment shared Danish-Russian challenges and interests in the Arctic and around the Baltic Sea at a discussion organized in Copenhagen by the Danish Foreign Policy Society and Russian International Affairs Council. “First we must recognize that serious differences exist between the EU and Russia on fundamental freedoms, human rights, rule of law, security threats and economic relations.
Labour market issues, including free movement of labour and EU competitiveness, dominated the discussion between the Ambassador of Lithuania and the leadership of the Danish Chamber of Commerce. The meeting took place in the historic Old Stock Exchange - Børsen.
Lithuanian Ambassador attended wide-ranging discussion on Danish security and defence priorities, from NATO, European CSDP, to the Arctic, cyber and critical infrastructure, organized by Canadian Embassy in Copenhagen.
Martin Lidegaard, Chair of the Parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee, briefed foreign ambassadors about Denmark‘s current domestic and foreign policy. Among the key issues: climate, pensions and the European agenda.
Energy minister Ž.Vaičiūnas meeting with potential investors in Lithuania's wind energy sector at the Wind Europe conference.
Women Ambassadors at a meeting with the new Danish Foreign Ministry Political Director.
Lithuanian Ambassador assisting Santa Claus at a community Christmas pageant for children.
Foreign Vice-Minister A.Zananavičius and parliamentarian K.Jensen at the Danish Parliament.
Trade promotion, trade policy, economic and energy security, Nordic - Baltic cooperation, security and defence, NATO summit, EU budget negotiations were among the issues discussed between Lithuania and Denmark during a visit to Copenhagen by Lithuanian Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs Albinas Zananavicius. The Vice-Minister met with Denmark’s State Secretary for Trade Susanne Hyldelund at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Prime Minister’s Advisor on European Affairs Vibeke Pasternak Jørgensen and members of the Parliamentary Foreign Policy Committee, chaired by Martin Lidegaard.
Lithuania, as the Baltic region’s leader in meeting the European Union's 2020 and 2030 energy directives, was honored to have its Minister of Energy invited as one of the keynote speakers at the opening of the WindEurope 2019 conference. 9000 industry professionals – policy makers, investors and business representatives – have gathered in Copenhagen for discussions and exhibitions on trends and insights in the wind energy sector. Minister Zygimantas Vaiciunas spoke about the important role of wind energy in Lithuania’s ambitious Energy Strategy and the country’s clear plan for the development of renewable energy.
Over the weekend, Lithuania's Ambassador was in Viborg to open the solo exhibition of renowned contemporary artist Vilmantas Marcinkevičius and to attend a degustation dinner prepared by master chef Deivydas Praspaliauskas, both from Lithuania. At the invitation of the Danish Conservatives, the Ambassador also participated in the Conservative party congress in Herning.
European Union ambassadors met with Henrik Dam Kristensen, the Speaker of the Danish Parliament, at the residence of the Finnish ambassador. Finland currently holds the EU Presidency. Among the topics discussed: Denmark’s policy and vision of European affairs, climate change, regional cooperation, security and defense, migration, social equality, taxation, parliamentary cooperation.