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    • 1.png RSS Lithuanian Foreign Policy Review 2020 Added2020.12.16

      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.

      "The aim of the annual journal is to provide insights on the most pressing challenges for Lithuanian foreign and security policy, as well as to discuss global developments", a note from the editor Linas Kojala.
      Read it online, here https://bit.ly/2LBCMBH
      In the newest edition you will find:
      - H.E. Valdas Adamkus, Former President of Lithuania on Lithuania’s Eastern Policy;
      - Nobel Laureate Robert J. Shiller on the Global Economy During the Pandemic;
      - Ambassador Audra Plepyte on the UN’s 75th Anniversary;
      - Chris Miller on the Implications of the U.S. Presidential Election;
      - and many more.
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    • 1.png President of Lithuania accepted credentials from Ambassador of Bosnia and Hercegovina Added2020.12.11

      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.

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    • LR ambasada Danijoje.jpg International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women Added2020.11.25

      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!

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    • 125998744_4794942743910863_6543981808610598709_o.jpg Newly elected executive of the LYS Added2020.11.17

      Congratulations to the newly elected executive of the Lithuanian Youth Society in Denmark, which met with the Embassy team at the Ambassador's residence to discuss future plans and challenges posed by the global pandemic.

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    • 1.jpg Presentation of new medical face masks Added2020.11.12
      Pink and white ISO/CE certified medical face masks - made in Lithuania – are now available in Denmark, said CEO Helle Boier during a presentation of the product at the Embassy of Lithuania. Additional information can be found in Danish and English at https://www.mymaskeu.com/?lang=da
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    • 200310-Coronavirus.png Updated information on entry to Denmark from Lithuania Added2020.10.26
      Lithuania remains on the orange country list (banned) until October 30 midnight.
      Starting October 26:
       - residents from banned countries list are allowed entry into Denmark with a worthy purpose (including for work) (more on https://coronasmitte.dk/.../persons-resident-in-banned...);
      The requirement to a wear face mask or shield is extended to places with public access, such as supermarkets, shopping centers, hospitals/clinics, educational, cultural and recreational institutions from 29 October 2020 until 2 January 2021. A face mask or shield is not required when you are seated at a restaurant.
       
      Useful links and information
      Hotline, Danish Police: +45 7020 6044. The hotline is available on weekdays from 8h00 to 16h00
      Questions regarding health related issues to coronavirus/COVID-19 should be directed to the Danish Health Authority.
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    • Capture123.JPG From October 17 2020 Lithuanian citizens and permanent residents will only be allowed entry into Denmark with a worthy purpose Added2020.10.16
      Denmark has informed that as of October 17 (midnight Friday to Saturday) Lithuanian citizens and permanent residentswill only be allowed entry into the country with a worthy purpose. Tourists from Lithuania will be denied entry into Denmark.
       
      A worthy purpose is considered to be travel associated with:
      - Work, business, studies, etc.
      - Private matters
      - Legal matters
      - Property ownership
       
       
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