NATO should continue to be able to adapt to new challenges and focus on the key task of collective defense, as this will determine the Alliance's future success, Lithuania's Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius says.
Passive stance that the European Union has taken toward Brexit is bringing it ever closer to other similar crises, political philosopher Alvydas Jokubaitis told LRT.lt. He is convinced that the Visegrad states are striving to demonstrate their position of how to save the EU and Lithuania’s turning its back on them can eventually cost dearly.
Posters on bus stops across Vilnius remind us that, this autumn, we are celebrating the 25th anniversary since most countries in the world resumed diplomatic relations with the Republic of Lithuania. The events will probably also celebrate the relations between Lithuania and Poland. Although there is little to celebrate: looking at the last five years, we must state that there has been considerable regress.
The new energy strategy, which should define Lithuania's objectives in the energy sector until 2050, will be presented to the ruling coalition on Wednesday before it is presented to the general public shortly.