On 17 September, Ambassador of Lithuania to the United States of America Rolandas Kriščiūnas presented his credential letters to the President of the US Barack Obama, Lithuania's Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports.
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Obama and the Lithuanian ambassador discussed bilateral relations, plans for cooperation in the fields of defence and security after the ceremony at the White House.

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