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Lithuania's MFA: violations of Minsk Agreements must have a price

Lithuania's MFA: violations of Minsk Agreements must have a price

26.02.2015

On February 24 in Washington, DC, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevicius and Chief Advisor for European Affairs to President Charles A. Kupchan discussed immediate response to violations of Minsk Agreements, Lithuania's MFA reports BC.

Keyword tags: Baltic States – CIS, Legislation, Lithuania, USA



Lithuania ready to buy LNG from US

Lithuania ready to buy LNG from US

26.02.2015

At a meeting with the US Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz held on 24 February in Washington, Lithuanian Minister of Energy Rokas Masiulis confirmed Lithuania's readiness to purchase liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the USA as soon as US companies start exporting it, reported BC Lithuania's Ministry of Energy.

MFA and Ministry of Agriculture discuss Latvia’s interests with regard to the TTIP

MFA and Ministry of Agriculture discuss Latvia’s interests with regard to the TTIP

25.02.2015

On 24 February, experts from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Agriculture, and the members of agricultural organisations exchanged opinions on Latvia’s interests in agriculture, food, fisheries and forestry in the context of negotiations on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreement, reports BC the Latvian MFA.


Lithuanian MFA meets with counterparts from UAE, New Zealand, Malaysia in New York

Lithuanian MFA meets with counterparts from UAE, New Zealand, Malaysia in New York

24.02.2015

During United Nation's open debates on 23 February 2015 in New York, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius met with his counterparts from UAE, New Zealand and Malaysia, informs LETA/ELTA.

Calovskis in USA pleads not guilty over cyber-crimes

Calovskis in USA pleads not guilty over cyber-crimes

16.02.2015

The Latvian cyber-crimes suspect Deniss Calovskis pleaded not guilty to U.S. charges stemming from his alleged role in an international cyber crime ring behind the so-called "Gozi" virus that infected more than a million computers worldwide, reports LETA.

14.02.2015

Calovskis already transported to U.S.

Latvian cyber-crimes suspect Deniss Calovskis has already been transported to the United States on February 13th, his attorney Ilona Bulgakova confirmed to LETA.

12.02.2015

Extradition process for Latvian Calovskis to U.S. has started

The extradition process for Latvian cyber-crimes suspect Deniss Calovskis to the United States has started, State Police spokesman Toms Sadovskis confirmed to LETA.

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