On 21 and 22 November, the tenth Baltic Region Training Event will take place in the airspace above Latvia and Lithuania. “The focus of BRTE X is on demonstrating and practising regional air integration,” says Group Captain Stephen Richards.
Lithuanian Prime Minister Andrius Kubilius believes that the two leading Snoras shareholders - Russian citizen Vladimir Antonov and a Lithuanian native Raimundas Baranauskas - should be held liable for committing financial crimes.
The decision of the Lithuanian Central Bank to suspend work of Snoras, which is one of Latvijas Krajbanka shareholders, applies only to Snoras exclusively. The move in no way applies also to us, according to Latvijas Krajbanka.
Majority of the Lithuanian residents (84%) believe it is difficult to start business in their country, so they are not planning to do this, according to the agency Rait data.
Dunja Mijatovic, representative on freedom of the media at the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), expressed concern regarding the initiated libel charges against Dainus Radzevicius, chair of the Lithuanian Union of Journalists.
Lithuania’s Foreign Affairs Minister Audronius Azubalis has sharply criticized the European Commission's proposal to significantly reduce assistance to EU member states.
Lithuania’s Prosecutor-General Daryus Valis is set to tender his resignation over an accident on Wednesday morning.
Direct foreign investments in the Lithuanian economy are up 1.2 billion litas (LVL 244.8m) in 2011, accounting for 4.3% of GDP.
Russia-Lithuania intergovernmental commissions met in Klaipeda, but failed to reach an agreement on building a nuclear power plant in the territory of Kaliningrad.