Lithuania's Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius says that diplomats responsible for economic affairs are well informed about foreign markets that Lithuania finds attractive, however, the results of their work normally are revealed in the long-term perspective.
Linas Linkevičius
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"I am convinced that top quality Lithuanian products will find their client in Tunisia as well. Recently, we organised a business mission of meat processing companies to Warsaw in order to meet with ambassadors of the Arab states. Such events and meetings not always produce a fast result, however, sooner or later they start bearing fruit," said the minister.

As reported on Thursday, Lithuania's State Food and Veterinary Service (VMVT) received official notices from Morocco and Tunisia on the reconciliation of export permits regarding Lithuanian beef and cattle.

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