On 15 February, the Ambassador of Lithuania to Romania and Bulgaria, Artūras Žurauskas, presented his letters of credence to the President of Bulgaria, Rumen Radev.
On 2 February, Lithuania’s Ambassador to France Nerijus Aleksiejūnas presented his letters of credence to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates Nasser Bourita.
On 2 February, the Ambassador of Lithuania Rasa Jankauskaitė, residing in South Africa, presented her letters of credence to the President of Mozambique Filipe Jacinto Nyusi.
On 1 February, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Lithuania Eduardas Borisov, residing in Zagreb, presented his letters of credence to the President of Montenegro Jakov Milatović.
On 23 January, the Ambassador of Lithuania Eduardas Borisovas, who resides in Zagreb, presented his letters of credence to the President of North Macedonia Stevo Pendarovski.
On 8 January, the Permanent Representative of Lithuania to the Council of Europe, Ambassador Andrius Krivas presented his letters of credence to the Secretary General of the Council of Europe Marija Pejčinović Burić, and discussed the upcoming Lithuanian Presidency of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe.
On 16 November, in light of the 700th anniversary of Vilnius, historians, academics, and audience members at the Permanent Representation of Lithuania to the EU discussed the politicisation of history, which is becoming more and more dangerous in the current complex geopolitical era, in a panel discussion on "Weaponised pasts around Europe".
On 13 November in Paris, the Ambassador of Lithuania to Spain, Argentine and Andorra Lyra Puišytė-Bostroem presented her letters of credence to the Co-Prince of Andorra, French President Emmanuel Macron.
On 6 November, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Gabrielius Landsbergis met with the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Sweden Tobias Billström, who is visiting Vilnius, to discuss issues of support to democratic Belarus, strengthening regional security and cooperation, supporting Ukraine’s fight against Russian aggression and other relevant items on the international agenda.
During the working visit, Lithuania’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Gabrielius Landsbergis, officially opened the Lithuanian Embassy to Singapore. In his welcome speech, Landsbergis noted that by opening the Lithuanian representation, we also opened another gateway to Southeast Asia, which will help promote economic development and innovation between the two countries.
On 26 October in Zagreb, the Ambassador of Lithuania Eduardas Borisovas presented his letters of credence to the President of Croatia Zoran Milanović.
On 25 October, Lithuania’s Ambassador to the Kingdom of Belgium Dainius Petras Kamaitis, presented his letters of credence to the King Philippe of Belgium.
On 9 October, the Permanent Representative of Lithuania to the World Trade Organization, Ambassador Raimondas Ališauskas met with the organization's Director-General, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and presented his letters of credence.
Lithuania’s long-time friend and supporter, Senator Pavel Fischer was decorated with the Lithuanian State Award at the Lithuanian Embassy last night.
On 3 October in Manila, the Ambassador of Lithuania Ričardas Šlepavičius presented his letters of credence to the President of the Philippines Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos. During the conversation with the President, Šlepavičius emphasised that Lithuania and the Philippines were like-minded countries that assessed today’s global challenges equally and sought to defend the rules-based international order.