The minister and his wife declared a house worth 420,000 euros and land lots worth over 200,000 euros. They also have a loan of more than 30,000 euros, according to asset declarations released on Tuesday by the State Tax Inspectorate.
Recently-appointed Environment Minister Kestutis Mazeika, who submitted his declaration back when he was still an MP, declared assets worth 620,000 euros, including a land lot worth 258,000 euros. The minister also owns real estate valued at 80,000 euros and 50,000 euros in savings.
The assets of Transport Minister Rokas Masiulis' family are valued at 581,000 euros, with real estate making the largest part of it. The politician also has a loan worth over 200,000 euros.
Economy and Innovation Minister Virginijus Sinkevicius and his wife declared assets worth 358,000 euros and a loan of 200,000 euros.
Social Security and Labor Minister Linas Kukuraitis and his family have assets worth 357,000 euros and a loan of 26,000 euros.
Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius declared assets worth 321,000 euros and a loan of 231,000 euros.
Energy Minister Zygimantas Vaiciunas and his family own assets worth 268,000 euros and have a loan of more than 100,000 euros.
National Defense Minister Raimundas Karoblis' family assets are worth 243,000 euros, and the minister also has a loan of 86,000 euros.
Agriculture Minister Giedrius Surplys' family has assets of 242,000 euros and a loan of 100,000 euros.
Finance Minister Vilius Sapoka declared assets worth 241,000 euros and a loan of 167,000 euros.
Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis and his wife have assets worth 233,000 euros and a loan of 31,000 euros. The prime minister's house is valued at 128,000 euros, he and his wife have over 80,000 euros in savings and the prime minister's wife own stocks worth 9,000 euros.
Interior Minister Eimutis Misiunas' family assets are worth 184,000 euros, including an apartment worth 100,000 euros. The minister also has a loan of 25,000 euros.
Recently-appointed Education, Science and Innovation Minister Algirdas Monkevicius, who submitted his declaration as rector of the Mykolas Romeris University, declared assets worth 154,000 euros and a loan of 94,000 euros.
Culture Minister Mindaugas Kvietkauskas' family declaration states that it has assets worth 151,000 euros and a loan of 25,000 euros.
Health Minister Aurelijus Veryga and his wife declared the smallest assets worth 45,000 euros. Their house is valued at over 18,000 euros and they own cars worth over 17,000 euros. The minister also has a loan of 24,000 euros.
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