- 2020-09-23 Ministras Linas Linkevičius takes part in a ceremony to honor the victims of the Holocaust at the Paneriai Memorial
- 2020-09-23 Minister Linas Linkevičius attends the Government meeting and sitting
- 2020-09-23 Minister Linas Linkevičius participates in the ministerial lunch
- 2020-09-24 Minister Linas Linkevičius attends a high-level diplomatic event to commemorate the Year of Sugihara 2020 in Kaunas
Lithuania will temporarily facilitate the procedures and conditions for issuing visas to Belarusian citizens as of 21 September. After their entry into force, the changes will significantly simplify the procedures for relocating workers and their families. This is especially important for Belarusian companies, which would decide to transfer their businesses to Lithuania. At the same time, this step implements an important part of the plan to help the people of Belarus.
Taking into account the countries and regions of importance for Lithuania’s tourism business, the travel advice has been updated for those planning group travel on direct charter flights to Tunisia, the Portuguese regions of Madeira and the Azores.
On 31 March, an aircraft of Vietnam’s Bamboo Airways landed at Kaunas airport with 111 citizens returning to Lithuania from Vietnam and Thailand thanks to the efforts of Lithuania’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Embassy of Lithuania in China, and the Honorary Consul of Lithuania in Vietnam Nguyen The Kien.
In cooperation with the outsourcing service provider VFS Global, the Visa Application Centres for Lithuania were opened in the United States of America.
On 11 October, the seventh Honorary Consulate of Lithuania in Turkey was officially opened in Ürgüp, Cappadocia. It is headed by the Chairman of Cappadocia Touristic Hoteliers Association and the Vice President of the Ürgüp Chamber of Commerce and Industry Yakup Dinler.
On 25 September, in cooperation with the outsourcing service provider VFS Global, the Visa Application Centre for Lithuania was officially opened in New Delhi, India.