47 countries agreed on reform of the European Court of Human Rights at a high-level conference in Copenhagen held under the Danish Chairmanship of the Council of Europe.
A Centenary seminar marking 100 years of independence of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania was held on March 21 in Copenhagen with remarks by Danish Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen, former Foreign Minister Uffe Ellemann-Jensen, and a panel discussion between Baltic parliamentarians Ausrine Armonaite (Lithuania), Artis Pabriks (MEP Latvia), Anne Sulling (Estonia) and Danish university students about future Nordic-Baltic cooperation across the region, EU and NATO.
Health and food safety, the future of Lithuania and Europe, European values and communication, genetically modified products and organic food, Lisbon Treaty, Decalogue and John Paul II's inspiring words - Do not be afraid!
Benin's ambassador Eusebe Agbangla, accredited to Lithuania from Denmark, paid a courtesy call on the Ambassador of Lithuania.
Ukraine, energy security and Nord Stream 2 were among the topics addressed in Copenhagen by Andrius Kubilius, M.P., former Prime Minister of Lithuania, and energy expert Dr. Agnia Grigas of the Atlantic Council. Dr. A. Grigas spoke before a Danish and international audience at the University of Copenhagen, at a seminar organized by the Centre for Military Studies in cooperation with the Embassy of Lithuania. A. Kubilius explained the political, economic and security benefits of diversifying Lithuania's energy supply.
The Embassies of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, in association with the Baltic Development Forum (BDF), invite you to a centenary seminar on March 21, which will focus on youth engagement in the Baltic Sea Region and strengthened cooperation between the Nordic and Baltic countries.
European Union Heads of Mission in Copenhagen met with Danish Immigration Minister Inger Støjberg at a meeting organized by the Bulgarian Presidency.
ENERGY EXPERT Dr. Agnia Grigas will speak on “The New Geopolitics of Gas” at a seminar organized by the Centre for Military Studies, Department of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen, in cooperation with the Embassy of Lithuania in Denmark.
ON BEHALF OF THE LITHUANIAN PEOPLE, President Dalia Grybauskaite of Lithuania extended her sincere condolences to Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II of Denmark today on the passing of her husband HRH Prince Henrik.
Denmark's minister of Development Cooperation Ulla Tørnæs briefed women ambassadors in Copenhagen on the new Danish development cooperation strategy at a working dinner hosted by Canada. The Minister discussed Denmark’s move from humanitarian aid to investments, which encourages partnerships between countries, business and civil society.
Ambassador Haris Bašic of Bosnia and Hercegovina, who is accredited to Lithuania from Denmark, met with Ambassador Gintė Damušis at the Embassy of Lithuania to present his country's position on the EU Enlargement Strategy.
Lithuanian Ambassador-at-Large Darius Degutis briefed Danish politicians, officials and experts in Copenhagen on May 17 about a controversial nuclear power plant (NPP) being built in Belarus by Lithuania‘s border, 40 kilometers from its capital city of Vilnius. Belarus is under fire for violating international safety standards, repeated incidents at the construction site, failing to carry out an environmental impact assessment and lack of transparency. Lithuania is seeking to stop construction of the Astravets NPP.
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