Lithuania is set to have its first Michelin-rated restaurant next year, says Minister of the Economy and Innovation Aušrinė Armonaitė.
Lithuanian 15-year-olds show similar scores in international reading, mathematics and life science tests as a few years ago, says the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport.
Lithuania may consider various models to boost defence funding, including the introduction of a new defence tax, yet Irena Segalovičienė, chief adviser to the president on economic and social policy, says the government should not intimidate people and businesses with new taxes.
Six people died from Covid-19, while 397 were diagnosed with the virus in Lithuania over the past three days, the State Data Agency said.
Lithuania’s gas transmission system operator Amber Grid has completed the reconstruction of sections of gas pipeline Vilnius-Kaunas. The project cost around EUR 13 million and 17 km of gas pipeline stretches were relayed in Kaunas and Kaišiadorys districts.
The Ministry of Social Security and Labour has increased the quota of workers from third countries for occupations in short supply.
Prime Minister Ingrida Šimonytė on Monday attended the Lithuanian Defence and Security Industry Awards, the first event of this kind held in the country.
Seven people are reported to have died from Covid-19 in Lithuania in the past three days, the State Data Agency reports.
Minister of the Economy and Innovation Aušrinė Armonaitė met in Germany with the heads of the DACH region of the IT service provider NTT DATA, to whom she presented the advantages of the investment environment in Lithuania, discussed the company’s development plans and invited them to invest in Lith...
Lithuania lacks talent capable of creating high added value and contributing to enhanced competitiveness of the economy. According to a survey of more than 120 employers in the information and communication technologies (ICT) sector, companies operating in ICT alone are ready to recruit at least 7 6...
Minister of the Economy and Innovation Aušrinė Armonaitė on Wednesday started her three-day working visit to Germany. The minister is scheduled to meet with the management of Continental AG, NTT DATA and one of the largest German automotive groups to discuss their investment and development plans in...
Lithuanian border guards prevented 45 irregular migrants from accessing the country via Belarus in the last three days.
Hundreds of people rallied in a square next to the Seimas on Friday noon in protest against the present forest policy. The protest action will last until 8 p.m. and will feature concerts of a number of Lithuanian bands and artists.
Minister of the Economy and Innovation Aušrinė Armonaitė on Thursday met with Tae-won Chey, CEO of the South Korean business corporation SK Group, who arrived in Vilnius for talks on opportunities for the company to expand its operations in Lithuania, the ministry said.
Former mayor of Vilnius city Artūras Zuokas claims that next week the local municipality will consider raising parking fees in Lithuania’s capital.
China's state-owned utility holds a stake in Ocean Winds, which is set to build an offshore wind farm in Lithuania, along with Ignitis Group, Verslo žinios business news website reports.
President Gitanas Nausėda on Monday participated in an informal discussion on the EU’s strategic agenda at the invitation of the Chancellor of Germany, Olaf Scholz, and the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, his office said in a press release.
A smart energy solutions company, Ignitis, which manages the largest fast-charging electric vehicle (EV) network in Lithuania, Ignitis ON, won the tender organised by Zarasai Municipality for installing EV charging stations.
Latvia adopted the same-sex partnership law on 9 November, but leader of the Lithuanian Farmers and Greens Union (LVŽS) Ramūnas Karbauskis warns Lithuania not to follow the neighbouring country’s example. He fears that now LGBT couples in Latvia will strive for family status and child adoption.
Since the beginning of the full-scale war which is being conducted by Russia, dozens of Ukrainian people have been forced to flee their homes, to save their lives. It is not an easy task for them to adapt in other European countries as they face difficulties such as foreign languages, inability to g...