Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius is going to Brussels on Monday to attend an EU Foreign Affairs Council, with the Eastern Partnership, Libya and North Korea being on the meeting's agenda.
Linas Linkevičius
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The ministers will discuss progress on the implementation of agreements made during the Eastern Partnership summit in Brussels last November, and will also prepare for the upcoming annual meeting of the foreign ministers from the Eastern Partnership countries in Luxembourg in October.

The ministers will also discuss the EU's potential support for the process of North Korea's nuclear disarmament, discuss the situation in Libya and related migration issues, the Lithuanian Foreign Ministry said.

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