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Lithuanian Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius, accompanied by a business delegation, is to leave on a visit to Oman on Monday.
Lithuanian PM goes on visit to Oman
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On Tuesday and Wednesday, he would meet with Sayyid Fahad Mahmoud Al-Said, Deputy Prime Minister of the Sultanate of Oman, with ministers for health, foreign affairs, transport and communications, as well as with Yahya Mahmoudh Al-Mantrhri, Chairman of the Upper House of Parliament.

Accompanied by Economy Minister Evaldas Gustas and Mantas Nocius, managing director of Enterprise Lithuania, an entrepreneurship promotion agency, Butkevičius would invite Omani investors to Lithuania. The agenda includes signing bilateral cooperation documents as well as bilateral business meetings.

The Lithuanian business mission to Oman will include representatives of food, IT, pharmaceutical, chemical, solar module, laser, renewables and transport companies.

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