European Commission approves EUR 7.89bn investment programme for Lithuania

On Monday, the European Commission approved EUR 7.89 billion EU Structural and Investment Funds Programme for Lithuania. Its goal is to ensure employment and economic growth. The European Union investment constitutes approximately EUR 6.7 billion of the sum, while Lithuania's contribution is around EUR 1 billion.
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