On 27 August, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevičius congratulated Moldova on the occasion of its national holiday - Independence Day. Linkevičius stressed that Lithuania remained committed to supporting Moldova on its European path and stood ready to share its own experience with this country, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports.
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The foreign minister noted that Lithuania would continue to attach great importance to the development of friendly relations with Moldova based on mutual trust and an open dialogue.

The Republic of Moldova, which was still illegally incorporated into the USSR at that time, was the first to recognise Lithuania's independence on 31 May 1990.

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