On 18 May in Vilnius, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Rolandas Kriščiūnas and Vice-Governor of Shandong Province Xia Geng opened a business forum, which was attended by about 50 representatives of Chinese enterprises and 70 representatives of Lithuanian companies. Business meetings were also held and interests of the two countries were presented.
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