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From February 7 persons wishing to enter Denmark will be required to take a COVID-19 test upon entry and required to self-isolate for 10 days. It is possible to shorten the isolation period from day 5 if a negative PCR test is taken no earlier than 4 days after entry into Denmark. Persons wishing to enter Denmark must still have a worthy purpose for entering. They and persons travelling via Denmark to other locations must fulfil existing test requirements – present proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 24 hours before entry.
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Lithuanian Foreign Policy Review 2020! It is a "must-read" for all those who are interested in key foreign policy issues related to Lithuania and beyond.
President Gitanas Nausėda of Lithuania accepted credentials from H.E. Emir Poljo, Ambassador of Bosnia and Hercegovina, during a virtual ceremony via video-link between Vilnius and Copenhagen. Ambassador E.Poljo will serve as his country’s non-resident ambassador, accredited to Lithuania from Copenhagen. Lithuania’s Ambassador to Denmark Ginte Damusis congratulated her Bosnian colleague after the ceremony, which took place at the Embassy of Lithuania in Denmark.
Today on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the Embassy of Lithuania joins the UN campaign “Orange the World” to end violence against women and girls. November 25 marks the beginning of 16 days of activism against physical, mental and sexual violence against women and shines an orange light on this problem. Ending violence against women is everyone’s business!
Climate change, an energy hub on Bornholm, offshore wind development in the Baltic Sea, new technologies that will connect and meet regional electricity demand, also promote innovation and renewable energy projects. The Ambassadors of the Baltic States discussed these and other questions with Denmark’s Climate Ambassador Tomas Anker Christensen at a meeting organized and hosted by Lithuania’s Ambassador to Denmark.
As an EU member state, Lithuania participates in useful European Union ambassador's meetings with Danish politicians. But Lithuania's ambassador has the privilege of also participating in the women ambassadors group, which organizes discussions with distinguished academic, business, cultural, press and other leaders. European women ambassadors recently discused European affairs with Lykke Friis, former politician and University of Copenhagen pro-rector, current head of Think Tank Europa.
Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen invited EU ambassadors to Marienborg for a briefing on Danish domestic and foreign policy priorities. During the discussion, she emphasized the importance of strong Danish and European relations with the USA and discussed areas of special interest on the European agenda, such as migration, climate change and free movement of workers.
Congratulations to Lithuania's newly accredited Honorary Consul in Iceland Inga Minelgaite. We wish her much success in strengthening Lithuanian-Icelandic bilateral ties.