"Invasion": Lithuania's Linkevicius comments on possible Russian military aid to Belarus Such assistance "would destroy the last traces of its independence", the Lithuanian foreign minister emphasized.
16:05, 17 August 2020
Lithuania's FM urges not to forget about Holodomor in Ukraine during Stalin's reign Holodomor Remembrance Day is annually marked on the fourth Saturday of November.
13:07, 22 November 2019
Ukraine, Lithuania foreign ministers agree on further coordination of actions on Crimea, Donbas de-occupation The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry highly appreciated the readiness of Vilnius to host an international conference on reform in Ukraine in 2020.
15:20, 27 September 2019
Lithuania's Linkevicius: "We can't afford Russia's unconditional return to PACE" Since June 2017, the Russian Federation has not paid contributions to the Council of Europe.
23:59, 17 May 2019
Lithuania: Europe must arm itself better against Russian information war Lies are a "powerful weapon," Linkevicius said.
10:20, 18 February 2019
At 2008 NATO-Russia Council, Putin called Ukraine "artificial formation" and "mistake in history" – Linkevicius There were delegates of some NATO Allies who thought they had misunderstood Putin's words.
22:00, 07 December 2018
Not a word on illegal annexation in Euronews report on Crimea <p>The Euronews TV channel has filmed a story about Crimea, not mentioning the illegal annexation of the peninsula. The report tells of local schoolchildren being trained by Russian military to defuse landmines.</p>
13:20, 24 January 2018
Lithuanian Foreign Minister outraged by Russia's statement on Ukraine <p>Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius is outraged by the Russian statement on arming Ukraine.</p>
15:20, 26 December 2017
Klimkin: Ukraine must be able to use European bailout plan <p>Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin says Ukraine should make use of the European bailout plan for Ukraine, which foresees, among other things, international donors' support of Ukrainian reforms.</p>
12:22, 07 November 2017
Marshall Plan should now be called "European Plan" for Ukraine - Lithuanian FM <p>The so-called Marshall Plan for Ukraine should now be called the "European Plan", Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevicius has told 112 Ukraine TV channel following the presentation of the plan in the Lithuanian Seimas for the ambassadors of the United States, Canada, Japan, and EU member states.</p>
18:30, 06 November 2017
Ukraine should set up special anti-corruption court in short term – Lithuanian FM <p>Ukraine’s anti-corruption reform is essential to the creation of a prosperous European state, and should be continued, Minister of foreign affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevicius said August 29, during the Vilnius meeting with representatives of National Anticorruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU), Special Anticorruption Prosecutor’s Office (SAPO) and EU Anticorruption Initiative (EUACI).</p>
23:10, 29 August 2017
"Marshall Plan" for Ukraine: Lithuania calls on international donors for support <p>Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius says Kyiv needs large-scale funding, following the example of the Marshall Plan, given the relevant reforms are made, according to the Ukrainian media outlet Europeiska Pravda.</p>
16:13, 06 July 2017
Lithuania remains Ukraine's reliable partner - officials <p>Lithuanian leadership assured that Lithuania would continue to be a reliable partner of Ukraine in upholding its territorial integrity and sovereignty, as well as realizing the urgent tasks of the reform process, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry's press service told UNIAN following the meetings of Ukraine's Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin with Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis, Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs Linas Linkevicius, as well as the leadership and MPs of the Seimas (Parliament) of Lithuania and members of newly created Pro Ukraine deputy group.</p>
10:20, 25 April 2017
RFE/RL: Lithuania's foreign minister says NATO deployment shows commitment <p>Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius says the recent NATO deployments to the Baltic region and elsewhere in Eastern Europe are a sign that the Western alliance "will do anything" to defend the security of member nations, according to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL).</p>
12:11, 21 April 2017