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On 28 March, exhibition dedicated to NATO enlargement after the end of the Cold War was inaugurated at the Alliance‘s HQ. The event was organised to commemorate the 20th, 15th and 10th membership anniversaries of the twelve Allies – Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Albania and Croatia. NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller inaugurated the exhibition and welcomed representatives of Allied nations.
On 24 January, Lithuania‘s Permanent Delegation to NATO and UK‘s Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) for Defence and Security Studies held a panel discussion at NATO HQ on the topic of “Building Societal Resilience against Hybrid Threats“, with renowned experts such as Elisabeth Braw, RUSI Associate Fellow, Dr Antonio Missiroli, NATO Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges, Eitvydas Bajarūnas, Lithuania‘s Ambassador-at-Large for Hybrid Threats, Viktoras Daukšas, Director of Debunk.eu initiative, and Giedrius Sakalauskas, Head of “Lithuanian Elves”. The event aimed to shed light on the issue of societal resilience, which carries an enormous untapped deterrent potential.
Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis met with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Brussels to discuss possibilities of enhanced military capabilities in Lithuania, the relations with Russia, regional security challenges and other relevant issues.
Team of the Permanent Delegation of the Republic of Lithuania to NATO took part in NATO "She Runs He Runs We Run" event on Saturday (29 September 2018).
“Signature of the agreement is an important piece of evidence of political consensus concerning continued strengthening and modernisation of armed forces,” Minister of National Defence said on September 1 when the agreement “On Lithuanian Defence Policy Guidelines” was signed by political parties represented at the Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania.
President Dalia Grybauskaitė together with other allied leaders agreed on joint measures that would significantly improve NATO's defense posture, including its ability to protect the eastern flank.