European Commissioner Violeta Bulc in charge of transport policies is visiting Lithuania this week.
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On Monday, she will join Lithuania's Transport and Communication Minister Rokas Masiulis at the discussion at the Vilnius Gediminas Technical University about the EU and Lithuanian transport policies and the future of Europe.

Bulc's agenda for Tuesday includes meetings with Parliamentary Speaker Viktoras Pranckietis, Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis, Masiulis, members of parliamentary committees, including the European Affairs Committee, to discuss the European Commission's initiatives in the field of transport, the Rail Baltica project, traffic safety, air transport and railway competition, as well as other matters.

On Wednesday, the commissioner will visit the VGTU Aviation Institute of Antanas Gustaitis and the House of Signatories.

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