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    • 2019 09 16 Baltijos kelias 1.jpg RSS The Baltic Way remembered in Athens Added2019.09.17

      On the 16th of September, Lithuanian, Latvian and Estionian embassies in Greece jointly celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Baltic Way.

    • Rolandas Kacinskas 2017.jpg Ambassador on business opportunities with Greece: Greece and Lithuania can offer to each other much more than feta cheese and tourists Added2019.08.26

      In view of the first Greek business delegation to Lithuania,  Ambassador Rolandas Kačinskas gave interview to the Newsletter of Hellenic Federation of Enterprises about business opportunities with Greece.

      How important is economic diplomacy in global affairs? What is Lithuania’s approach?

      Economic diplomacy has always been an important and integral part of diplomacy, and its significance has grown even more recently. I can think of two reasons for this tendency: first, the acceleration of globalization processes, and secondly, the blurred border between foreign and domestic politics. In the first case, the globalization has made the power in international relations to move from the political and military space to the economic one, and in the second case, the changing nature of diplomacy have raised citizens' demands for diplomacy and from diplomats, requiring them to contribute to the issues of economic prosperity and welfare of the society. These two trends influence Lithuania's approach to economic diplomacy accordingly. Lithuania’s diplomacy is tasked today to be an active and creative one in helping the country to integrate into the global structures, in particular by ensuring transport connectivity, energy independence, and rule based trade. It is also expected to focus on country promotion, new market openings, investment attraction and last, but not least, building bridges with different countries, in this case –between Lithuania and Greece.

      Economics and business »
    • Το ΟΧΙ των λαών της ΒΑΛΤΙΚΗΣ.jpg The Baltic people’s "OXI” Added2019.08.21

      In the run-up to the thirty year anniversary of the Baltic Way, one of the largest Greek daily newspapers, “To VIMA”, published an article by Lithuanian Ambassador to Greece, Rolandas Kacinskas, reminding Greek people about the incredible and courageous Baltic states’ path to freedom.

      Foreign policy and diplomacy » Cultural diplomacy »
    • 89100_934ba809851ff0fb00bac122c49be3d8.jpg Lithuania celebrated its independence in Athens with a screening of “The Other Dream Team” Added2019.03.29

      On March 28, the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania hosted a solemn diplomatic reception to commemorate three important occasions for Lithuania: the restoration of Lithuania's independence, the fifteenth anniversary of Lithuania's membership in the European Union and NATO and the 30th anniversary of the Baltic Way.

      The reception included a screening of the documentary “The other dream team” , which tells the incredible story of the 1992 Lithuanian basketball team, which included basketball legends like Arvydas Sabonis and Sarunas Marciulionis and ended up being bigger than a sport team for the young Lithuanian state.

      The film was watched with great interest by over 250 invited guests.

      Jonas Kazlauskas, the former coach of the Lithuanian and also the Greek national team, was present in the event, AEK’s forward Jonas Maciulis was also there and Zalgiris was represented by GM Paulius Motiejunas.

      Foreign policy and diplomacy » Cultural diplomacy »
    • 88280_0efeac387d4688aed1e161af7f9a0440.jpg Lithuania and Greece are allies with shared security interests, Vice Minister of National Defence E. Kerza says Added2019.02.14

      “Lithuania and Greece are members of both, the European Union and NATO, also, we are borderline countries that have numerous shared security interests, regardless of the nearest threats,” Vice Minister of National Defence Edvinas Kerza said during his visit to Athens on February 11-14.

       Vice Minister E. Kerza and Director of the National Cyber Security Centre Rytis Rainys met with Alternate Minister of National Defence of Greece Panagiotis Rigas, Head of the National Cyber Security Authority at the Ministry of Digital Policy Dr. Leandros Maglaras, and representatives of the Standing Committee on National Defence and Foreign Affairs and the European Union Agency for Network Information Security (ENISA) headquartered in Greece.

      Foreign policy and diplomacy » NATO and international security »
    • IMG_5698.JPG Baltic business promotion event held in Athens Added2018.10.18

      The business promotion event DISCOVER THE BALTICS was held in Athens on October 17, organized by the Embassies of the Republic of Lithuania, the Republic of Latvia, and the Republic of Estonia, in cooperation with Enterprise Greece andf SEV Hellenic Federation of Enterprises.

      Economics and business »
    • 5km bendruomene  (29).jpg 5K run for Lithuania in Athens Added2018.06.11
      Lithuanians in Greece »
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