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  1. Lithuania Mineral & Mining Sector Investment And Business Guide (World Business, Investment and Government Library) by USA International Business Publications, 2005-03-03
  2. D&B Country RiskLine Report: Lithuania by D&B, 2007-12-19
  3. D&B Export Guide: Lithuania by D&B, 2007-07-25
  4. Lithuania (World Country Study Guide Library) by USA International Business Publications, 2002-05
  5. Sex, lies and Lithuania: a misinformation campaign by antichoice advocates threatens common sense health reforms.: An article from: Conscience by Jeffrey V. Lazarus, 2005-03-22
  6. European Committee of Social Rights: European Social Charter Conclusions 2006 (Lithuania, Moldova, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Sweden)
  7. Lithuania Recent Economic and Political Developments Yearbook (World Strategic and Business Information Library) by USA International Business Publications, 2007-05
  8. Lithuania Army Weapon Systems Handbook (World Strategic and Business Information Library) by USA Int'l Business Publications, 2007-05
  9. Equal Opportunities for Women and Men: Country Reports : Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania (Monitoring the Eu Accession Process) by EU Accession Monitoring Program, 2003-02
  10. D&B Country Report: Lithuania by D&B, 2007-09-17
  11. Lithuania Research & Development Policy Handbook (World Strategic and Business Information Library) by USA International Business Publications, 2007-05
  12. Democracy and Local Governance: Ten Empirical Studies : National Reports from Austria, Belarus, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Poland, Russia by Betty M. Jacob, Krzysztof Ostrowski, et all 1995-02
  13. Lithuania Business Intelligence Report (World Spy Guide Library)
  14. Lithuania Business & Investment Opportunities Yearbook by USA International Business Publications, 2002-05

81. The Avalon Project : Nazi-Soviet Relations 1939-1941 - The Reich Foreign Ministe
the border. Even then I demanded that the district of Vilna go to lithuania, to which the Soviet government consented. At the negotiations
The Avalon Project at Yale Law School
The Reich Foreign Minister to the German Ambassador in the Soviet Union, (Schulenburg)
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BERLIN, October 5, 1939-3:43 a. m.
Received Moscow, October 5, 1939-11:55 a. m.
No. 497 of October 4
Referring to today's telephonic communication from the Ambassador. Legation in Kowno is being instructed as follows: 1) Solely for your personal information, I am apprising you of the following: At the time of the signing of the German-Russian Non-aggression Pact on August 23 , a strictly secret delimitation of the respective spheres of influence in Eastern Europe was also undertaken. In accordance therewith, Lithuania was to belong to the German sphere of influence, while in the territory of the former Polish state, the so-called Four-River Line, Pissa-Narew-Vistula-San, was to constitute the border. Even then I demanded that the district of Vilna go to Lithuania, to which the Soviet Government consented. At the negotiations concerning the Boundary and Friendship Treaty on September 28 , the settlement was amended to the extent that Lithuania, including the Vilna area, was included in the Russian sphere of influence, for which in turn, in the Polish area, the province of Lublin and large portions of the province of Warsaw, including the pocket of territory of Suwalki, fell within the German sphere of influence. Since, by the inclusion of the Suwalki tract in the German sphere of influence, a difficulty in drawing the border line resulted, we agreed that in case the Soviets should take special measures in Lithuania, a small strip of territory in the southwest of Lithuania, accurately marked on the map, should fall to Germany.

82. The Avalon Project : Nazi-Soviet Relations 1939-1941 - Foreign Office Memorandum
of the Soviet garrisons in lithuania and had rejected the suggestion for a mixed commission to investigate the incidents, the lithuanian government had of its
The Avalon Project at Yale Law School
Foreign Office Memorandum; June 11, 1940
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BERLIN, June 11, 1940
The Lithuanian Minister called on me today to inform me of the further progress of the discussions with the Soviet Union. After the Soviet Union had raised the question of the safety of the Soviet garrisons in Lithuania and had rejected the suggestion for a mixed commission to investigate the incidents, the Lithuanian Government had of its own accord taken a series of measures which it thought would satisfy the Soviet Union. It might perhaps be admitted that relations between the Soviet garrisons and the Lithuanian population had earlier been treated too casually. Restrictive and control measures had now been taken, and many arrests and house searches made, etc. It was known that no reply was received to the Lithuanian suggestion of sending the Foreign Minister to Moscow. It was, therefore, all the more surprising that not the Foreign Minister but Minister President Merkys was summoned to Moscow. On June 7 Merkys had had his first conversation with Molotov. The latter had reproached him severely regarding the safety of the Soviet garrisons and in this connection presented a great many detailed incidents. Molotov had in particular maintained persistently that Butayeff, a member of the Red Army, who according to Lithuanian reports had committed suicide, had been shut by Lithuanians. He had expressed his dissatisfaction very plainly and stressed that the Lithuanian Ministry of the Interior was not equal to its task.

83. - Government Of Lithuania
form lithuania local long form Lietuvos Respublika local short form Lietuva former lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic. government type parliamentary
Home Explore Pictures Stories ... Accommodation Search: Navigation: Home Explore Lithuania / Government Government of Lithuania Locations: A B C D ... Search Country name: conventional long form:  Republic of Lithuania
conventional short form:  Lithuania
local long form:  Lietuvos Respublika
local short form:  Lietuva
former:  Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic Government type: parliamentary democracy Capital: Vilnius Administrative divisions: 44 regions (rajonai, singular - rajonas) and 11 municipalities*: Akmenes Rajonas, Alytaus Rajonas, Alytus*, Anyksciu Rajonas, Birstonas*, Birzu Rajonas, Druskininkai*, Ignalinos Rajonas, Jonavos Rajonas, Joniskio Rajonas, Jurbarko Rajonas, Kaisiadoriu Rajonas, Kaunas*, Kauno Rajonas, Kedainiu Rajonas, Kelmes Rajonas, Klaipeda*, Klaipedos Rajonas, Kretingos Rajonas, Kupiskio Rajonas, Lazdiju Rajonas, Marijampole*, Marijampoles Rajonas, Mazeikiu Rajonas, Moletu Rajonas, Neringa* Pakruojo Rajonas, Palanga*, Panevezio Rajonas, Panevezys*, Pasvalio Rajonas, Plunges Rajonas, Prienu Rajonas, Radviliskio Rajonas, Raseiniu Rajonas, Rokiskio Rajonas, Sakiu Rajonas, Salcininku Rajonas, Siauliai*, Siauliu Rajonas, Silales Rajonas, Silutes Rajonas, Sirvintu Rajonas, Skuodo Rajonas, Svencioniu Rajonas, Taurages Rajonas, Telsiu Rajonas, Traku Rajonas, Ukmerges Rajonas, Utenos Rajonas, Varenos Rajonas, Vilkaviskio Rajonas, Vilniaus Rajonas, Vilnius*, Zarasu Rajonas Independence: 11 March 1990 (independence declared from Soviet Union); 6 September 1991 (Soviet Union recognizes Lithuania's independence)

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85. BBC NEWS | World | Europe | Country Profiles | Country Profile: Lithuania
Kaunas. lithuania s media are free and operate independently of the state, and there are no governmentowned newspapers. Nonetheless


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Last Updated: Tuesday, 8 June, 2004, 13:45 GMT 14:45 UK E-mail this to a friend Printable version Country profile: Lithuania
Lithuania is the largest and most southerly of the three Baltic republics.
Not much more than a decade after it regained its independence following the collapse of the USSR, Lithuania was welcomed as a Nato member in late March 2004. OVERVIEW
LEADERS MEDIA The move came just weeks before a second historic shift for the country in establishing its place in the Western family of nations as it joined the EU in May 2004. These developments would have been extremely hard to imagine in not-so-distant Soviet times. Russia, anxious about the implication of the eastward advance of the EU and Nato to include the three Baltic republics, has a particular eye on Lithuania which has an important border with the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad. The history of Lithuania has close ties with that of Poland, its neighbour to the southwest. By the end of the 18th century most of the country came under the Russian empire. German occupation in the first world war was followed by two decades of independence, although Vilnius was occupied by Poland for most of that time. Following a pact between Stalin and Hitler, Soviet troops arrived in 1940. They were pushed out by the Nazis the following year but returned in 1944.

86. An American Firm Invests In Lithuania
The Lithuanian government selected Williams International Group to invest and operate three oil infrastructure projects with an opportunity to participate in
Regina Naruðis An American Firm Invests in Lithuania REGINA NARUÐIS, a practicing attorney in Illinois, is the President of the Lithuanian-American Community, Inc. The Lithuanian government selected Williams International Group to invest and operate three oil infrastructure projects with an opportunity to participate in additional energy projects on March 17th. This agreement was signed by Williams and the Minister of Economy, Vincas Babilius, and subsequently approved by the parliament of Lithuania (Seimas). Such United States trade and investment in Lithuania are a crucial means to ensure Lithuania's integration into the west and western alliances, such as NATO.
Williams is known in the U.S. as a solid, experienced and reputable American business. It is a $16.3 billion dollar energy, communications, and infrastructure projects company with headquarters in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This firm operates not only in the U.S., but also in 20 different countries from Latin America to Australia, throughout Europe, Asia and to the Pacific Rim. Williams provides a full range of traditional and leading-edge energy and communication services employing over 20,000 people worldwide. Williams's 1997 revenues were $4.4 billion dollars, resulting in a net income of $271 million dollars.
Initially, two Williams brothers began a construction business in 1908. Later, it grew into a world leading pipeline engineering and construction firm. Then, in 1957, the firm went public under the name of Williams Brothers with a net worth of about $8 million dollars. In 1985, the company entered into the communications business, turning the idle pipelines into conduit for fiber-optic cable. It is the nation's fourth largest fiber-optic network. Even though the company sold its long distance portion of the telecommunications business in 1995, it stayed involved in multimedia applications, such as video, the Internet, and customer premise equipment.

Vilnius, 7 January 2004 (RFE/RL) lithuania s government today approved a deal to sell a third of Lietuvos Dujos (lithuanian Gas) to Russia s Gazprom.
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Lithuanian Government To Sell Gas Shares To Russian Gazprom Vilnius, 7 January 2004 (RFE/RL) Lithuania's government today approved a deal to sell a third of Lietuvos Dujos (Lithuanian Gas) to Russia's Gazprom.
Under the deal, Gazprom will take a 34 percent share of Lietuvos Dujos for some $37 million. The deal also guarantees that Russia will supply Lithuania with natural gas for 10 years. The stock transfer is expected to take several months.
A German firm already holds 36 percent of Lietuvos Dujos, with the Lithuanian government controlling 58 percent. The stakes being sold to Gazprom will come from the government's holdings, with the Germans maintaining the same share.
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88. Advantage Lithuania - Lithuanian Development Agency - Ten Reasons To Invest In L
One of the strategic priorities of the Lithuanian government is the development of knowledge economy. Copyright © 19972004 Lithuanian Development Agency.
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Ten Reasons to Invest in Lithuania NATO and EU Membership Full member of NATO and the EU, offering excellent business opportunities in a stable political, economic and social environment. Strategic Location Bridging the EU And the CIS Lithuania is strategically located in the gateway between the EU and the CIS. Being on a sea and land route, Lithuania is serving as an arterial road between the East and the West, the North and the South. At present, the port of Klaipeda handles cargoes that go to and come from Russia, Kazakhstan at one end and Germany, the Netherlands, the U.S., and then South America and Asia at the other end. Availability Of Well-Trained, Competitive Labour Force The yearly number of university graduates per 1000 inhabitants is one of the highest in the region. The cost of labour is among the lowest. The average monthly wage in the manufacturing sector in Lithuania is € 335, one tenth that of industrialised countries, including those in the EU. Very Attractive Operating And Living Costs Utilities, rent, building, overhead, service and living costs are among the lowest in the EU. Thus, Lithuania has significant cost advantages while offering geographical proximity to the Eastern markets. Its modern European life style enriches its long history and charming natural environment.

89. Advantage Lithuania - Lithuanian Development Agency - Government Institutions
government Institutions Source lithuaniaOn-Line N - new, U - updated, L - in lithuanian only President of the Republic of lithuania;
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90. Association Of Local Authorities In Lithuania
The Association seeks to implement in lithuania the provisions of the European Charter of Local Selfgovernment, organize and coordinate activities of its
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Mission Vision Objectives Functions ... Committees Local Authorities in Lithuania is a non-profit organization, having the rights of a legal person, representing the common interests of its members - local authorities in all institutions of state authorities and government, as well as foreign and international organizations of local authorities.
Mission Of ALAL
To implement the essential rights of indepedence and development of local self-government, by influencing decissions taken by national government and international institutions
Organisation making essential influence on the development of local self-government
The Association seeks to implement in Lithuania the provisions of the European Charter of Local Self-Government, organize and coordinate activities of its members in the areas of investment attraction, development of municipalities economic base, improvement of legal base, business support, crime prevention; culture, education, science, health care, social care and protection, improvement of services to people, as well as relations with foreign municipalities and international organizations.
  • to organize and to promote co-operation between the local authorities of Lithuania, facilitate solving of common problems of municipalities, provide materials on methodological issues and advice to local authorities;

91. URM
Ministers in Strasbourg, Undersecretary of the Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) Ðarûnas Adomavièius voiced the Lithuanian government’s More
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Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs Antanas Valionis extended his deepest condolences to the families of Polish, Latvian and Slovak de-miners, who died on 8 June during a mine-clearing operation in

Radisson SAS Astorija 8 June 2004 Your Excellencies, Ambassadors, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen, I would like to express my appreciation to you all for attending the Vilnius seminar

NEWSFILE LITHUANIA is a weekly compilation of news reports and commentary drawn principally from the official sources, the news agencies and Lithuanian printed media.
June 7, 2004 A few weeks ago in Kaunas, I had the honour of congratulating the deminers of the Juozas Vitkus Engineering Battalion, who have successfully destroyed the most powerful explosive, found LITHUANIAN FOREIGN MINISTER WELCOMES RUSSIA’S DECISION TO REMOVE RESTRICTIONS OF IMPORT FROM EU COUNTRIES Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs Antanas Valionis has welcomed the decision of Russia to remove import restrictions for animal products from the EU countries, including Lithuania. According to

92. Baltic Sea Region
Maizekeiku Nafta s two main shareholders are the Russian oil major Yukos (53.7%) and the Lithuanian government (40.66%). Butinge
Home Country Analysis Briefs Baltic Sea Region PDF version PDB version January 2004 Background Regional Energy Issues Crude Oil Ports Market Dynamics ... Links Baltic Sea Region
Although only minor energy producers and consumers, the Baltic statesincluding Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuaniaoccupy a strategic location as transit centers for Russia's northern oil exports. Note: Information contained in this report is the best available as of January 2004 and is subject to change. GENERAL BACKGROUND
Alone among the former Soviet republics, the Baltic Sea region states of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania were quick to adopt market economies and to implement democratic reforms. As a result, they largely have avoided the economic and political crises that have beset other regions in transition from a centrally planned economy, including the Balkan region and southeastern Europe . Privatization in the Baltics is nearly complete, and in 2003, despite the slowdown in the global economy, the three countries posted an average 6.6% increase in their real gross domestic product (GDP). With a combined population of only 7.2 million people, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania have achieved greater presence in the international community by joining forces in a number of political and economic arenas. In 2004, after years of preparations, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania are expected to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) as well as the

93. Parliament Of The Republic Of Lithuania
Legal acts (search). Constitution of the Republic of lithuania, Constitution of the Republic of lithuania. Statute of the Seimas, Statute of the Seimas.

French History of the Seimas Search ... Institutions Accountable to the Seimas WORK OF THE SEIMAS Plenary Sittings
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Elections of the President of Republic of Lithuania, Elections to the European Parliament

  • Law on Presidential Elections Resolution on Directions in Foreign Policy of the Republic of Lithuania Following Lithuania's Accession to NATO and the European Union Resolution on the Approval of the Regulations for the Application of Value Added Tax and Excise Duty Exemptions with Respect to Goods and Services Intended for Diplomatic Missions, Consular Posts and International Organisations or their Representations and Members of the Missions and Posts and their Family Members as well as Armed Forces of NATO Countries and/or the Civilian Staff Accompanying them Law on Financial Collateral Arrangements ... Office of the Seimas Search by name
  • 94. Lithuanian Law
    Lithuanian government is divided between the legislative and executive branches, with an independent judiciary acting as interpreter of the constitution and of
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    Lithuanian government is divided between the legislative and executive branches, with an independent judiciary acting as interpreter of the constitution and of the branches' jurisdictions, as well as arbiter of conflicts between them. The constitution clearly acknowledges the danger of concentration of power in a single person or institution. The legislature has regained its old name, Seimas, which was used in the interwar years. The executive consists of a president and a prime minister with a cabinet, known as the Council of Ministers. The parliament consists of 141 members, seventy elected from party lists on the basis of proportional representation and seventy-one from single-member districts. To be seated in the Seimas on the basis of proportional representation, a party must receive at least 4 percent of the votes cast. An exception is made for ethnic minority groups, however, which do not need to pass the 4 percent threshold. The legislature is elected for four years. Candidates for the legislature must be at least twenty-five years old. Members of the Seimas may serve as prime minister or cabinet member, but they may not hold any other position in either central or local government or in private enterprises or organizations. The parliament must approve the prime minister, as well as his or her government and program. It also may force the government's resignation by rejecting twice in sequence its program or by expressing no confidence by a majority of legislators in secret ballot.

    95. Agri-Food Eurointegration Department Under The Ministry Of Agriculture
    period AgriFood Eurointegration Department under the Ministry of Agriculture was established according to the decision No.1303 of the Lithuanian government.
    Since the restoration of independence the political and economical orientation of Lithuania has been linked with Europe. Lithuania, as well as the other Central and Eastern European countries, has chosen the way of integration into European Union. On 18 July 1994 Free Trade Agreement with EU was signed, the Europe (Association) Agreement of 12 June 1995 has laid the legitimate, economic and social foundation for the further integration into EU. On the 8th of December 1995 Lithuania submitted a formal application for the EU membership. The main criterion for the EU membership is approximation of the Lithuanian legal framework with the EU law. Establishing new regulating laws for agriculture and food processing industry, trying to create competitive and resembling West and Central Europe national economy, Lithuania has started the transition programme in the agricultural and food processing sectors.
    To achieve the effective implementation of these goals during the transition period Agri-Food Eurointegration Department under the Ministry of Agriculture was established according to the decision No.1303 of the Lithuanian Government. The Minister of Agriculture adopted the provisions of the department by the order No. 357 on 22 October 2001.

    96. About
    (1190 on January 1st, 2001). LRT receives about 90 percent of its funding from the Lithuanian government. The total projected 2000
    Paieðka Ketvirtadienis, Birþelio 10 d. Ávykiai English resume News About Laws Contacts LRT – Lithuanian radio and television
    Lithuanian National Radio and Television (Lietuvos Nacionalinis Radijas ir Televizija) or LRT is a non-profit public broadcasting company. LRT operates one national television channel, two national radio channels, and has provided regular radio service since 1926 and television broadcasting since 1957. The Lithuanian Radio and Television Council (LRT Council) oversees the operations of LRT according to the “Law on the Provision of Information to the Public” and “Lithuanian radio and television Law” . Although predominantly government financed, LRT does sell advertising. Lithuanian Radio and Television presently employs approximately 700 people. (1190 - on January 1st, 2001) LRT receives about 90 percent of its funding from the Lithuanian government. The total projected 2000 budget for LTV was approximately 39,4 million litas or 9,85 million dollars. A licensing fee or tax that every television purchaser would have to pay is proposed as the future source of income for LRT. LRT national service is based in Vilnius which is the capital of the Republic of Lithuania.

    97. CRCEES Links
    http// Lithuanian government. http// Lithuanian government. http// government institutions.
    The CCES Links Collection Click on any country below for links to related sites: Other regional sites Institutions Listservers COUNTRY LINKS Albania Covers Albanian communities in several countries, with pictures, maps, history, articles, links, news coverage. Albanian media
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    98. Europos Komitetas
    Naujienos ir aktualijos. 200405-24 Lietuvos ir kiti ES šaliu parlamentai bendraus interaktyviai Lietuva su kitais Europos Sajungos
    Konkursas nevyriausybinëms organizacijoms Renginiai narystës ES pradþiai paminëti Karjeros galimybës Europos Sàjungos institucijose Kontaktai ... English
    Naujienos ir aktualijos
    Seimo Europos reikalø komiteto posëdyje

    Tarpvyriausybinës konferencijos eiga; ES vëliavos naudojimas; kaimo plëtros planas

    Didëja galimybë, kad bus atðauktas Rusijos draudimas áveþti gyvulinës kilmës produktus ið ES

    Lietuvos diplomatinë tarnyba, Europos Komisija ir ES valstybës narës aktyviai siekia, kad susidariusi situacija bûtø kaip galima greièiau pakeista

    Apie maisto produktø á Rusijà eksporto problemas

    Europos Komisijà nustebino Rusijos valdþios sprendimas sustabdyti gyvulinës kilmës maisto produktø importà ið ES ðaliø, juolab, kad derybos dël techniniø klausimø, susijusiø su veterinariniais sertifikatais, vis dar vyko
    Europos Komisija svarsto ateities antidiskriminacinës politikos kryptis Norëdama paskatinti aktyvesná pagrindiniø interesø grupiø ir plaèios visuomenës dalyvavimà formuojant antidiskriminacinæ politikà, Europos Komisija ðiandien pradeda vieðas konsultacijas internete. Konsultacijø tinklalapyje

    99. Document Search
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    (mm/dd/yyyy) since till Institution Government of the Republic of Lithuania President of the Republic of Lithuania Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania Department of Civil Security European Commission Administration of Kaunas County Governor Administration of Klaipëda County Governor Administration of the Municipality of Rokiðkio District Administration of Vilnius County Governor Agency for International Science and Technology Development Programmes Agriculture Service under the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry of the Republic of Lithuania Baltic Assembly Baltic Council of Ministers Bank of Lithuania Centre for Labour Safety under the Ministry of Social Security and Labour Civil Referendum Commission for the Assessment and Registration of Property under the Ministry of Finance Competition Council of the Republic of Lithuania Court of Auditors Customs Department Department of Corrections under the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania Department of Cultural Heritage Protection under the Ministry of Culture Department of Informatics and Communications under the Ministry of Interior Department of National Minorities and Lithuanians Living Abroad under the Government of the Republic of Lithuania Department of Regional Problems and National Minorities Department of Statistics under the Government of the Republic of Lithuania Druskininkai City Municipality Environment Protection Department of the Republic of Lithuania

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