- 2019-09-18 On 18 September at 10:00 a.m., the Vice-Minister Neris Germanas takes part in a meeting of the Seimas Committee on Foreign Affairs
- 2019-09-18 On 18 September at 12:00 noon, the Minister Linas Linkevičius has a working lunch with other members of the Cabinet
- 2019-09-18 On 18 September at 9:30 a.m., the Minister Linas Linkevičius and other members of the Cabinet meet with the Prime Minister
- 2019-09-18 On 18 September at 11:30 a.m., the Vice-Minister Darius Skusevičius meets with George Kent, Deputy Assistant Secretary in the European and Eurasian Bureau at the U.S. Department of State
- 2019-09-18 On 18 September at 1:00 p.m., the Minister Linas Linkevičius takes part in the Government meeting and sitting
L. Linkevičius: EU must play an active role in tackling Moldova's difficult situation
Lithuania follows events in Moldova with concern, as the country is presently facing a difficult crisis, said the Minister L. Linkevičius in the Foreign Affairs Council on 17 June in Luxembourg. The Lithuanian Foreign Minister stressed the important role of political dialogue in the peaceful transition of power.
According to L. Linkevičius, the citizens of Moldova have expressed their will in the parliamentary elections. It must be entirely and fully respected, and enforced in accordance with the principles of democracy and the rule of law, enabling the legitimate Government to fulfill its obligations unhindered.
Lithuania’s Foreign Minister briefed his counterparts on conversations with Moldova's new Prime Minister Maia Sandu and the United States Ambassador Philip T. Reeker, Acting Assistant Secretary of European and Eurasian Affairs.
Lithuania’s Foreign Minister urged the EU to closely coordinate action among the EU member states and with the U.S. “We cannot remain indifferent to the future of an associated country – Moldova. The EU needs to play an active role in ensuring a peaceful transition of power to the legitimate Government. At the same time, it is important to ensure that external actors seeking to undermine Moldova's interests and European prospects do not take advantage of the crisis,” said L. Linkevičius.