On 10 April, the Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Darius Skusevičius attended the Stratcom Summit in Prague, where he presented Lithuania’s contribution to the strengthening of the European Union’s resilience to hybrid threats and disinformation.
On 9 April, the Vice- Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Albinas Zananavičius participated in the General Affairs Council in Luxembourg. Ministers exchanged views on the multiannual financial framework (MFF) for 2021-2027.
On 8 April, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevičius participated in the Foreign Affairs Council in Luxembourg. The Council exchanged views on the Eastern Partnership. Ministers also discussed the future of the Eastern Partnership and reviewed the implementation of the Eastern Partnership's 20 deliverables for 2020.
On 26 March, a circuit session of the Governmental Commission on EU Affairs (VESK) took place in Brussels. The event was attended by 12 representatives of Lithuanian ministries and the Office of the Government.
On 18 March, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevičius attended the Foreign Affairs Council in Brussels. Foreign ministers exchanged their views on the situation in Moldova and the EU-China relationship.
The Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Albinas Zananavičius met with a delegation from the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of Croatia. The delegation was headed by the Assistant Minister of the Directorate for European Affairs Zrinka Ujević. The delegation visited Vilnius on 27-28 February.
On 19 February, the Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Albinas Zananavičius participated in the General Affairs Council in Brussels. Ministers exchanged views on the multiannual financial framework for 2021-2027, an annotated draft agenda of the European Council meeting on 21 and 22 March, and steps to ensure a sustainable Europe by 2030.
On 13 February, participants of the Government's meeting endorsed the Foreign Ministry's code collection of national legislative measures that includes proposals by Ministries for legislation and other legal acts to be amended in Lithuania in the run-up to the UK’s possible withdrawal from the EU without an agreement.
On 13 February, the Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Albinas Zananavičius presented steps taken by the Lithuanian diplomatic service to prepare for the United Kingdom’s forthcoming withdrawal from the EU without a withdrawal agreement on 29 March 2019.
On 18 January, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevičius met with heads of foreign diplomatic missions accredited to Lithuania. The traditional annual meeting discussed greatest achievements and challenges facing Lithuania’s foreign policy, national and international security, and other most relevant global issues.
Representatives of the European External Action Service (EEAS) paid a visit to Vilnius on 19 December 2018.
Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs Albinas Zananavičius attended the European Union General Affairs Council (GAC) in Brussels on 11 December that finalised preparations for the European Council meeting to be held on 13–14 December. The meeting held a debate on the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) for 2021–2027, endorsed the Council programme for the next 18 months, presented the Annual Growth Survey for 2019, and discussed the rule of law in Poland and Hungary.
On 12 November in Brussels, the Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Albinas Zananavičius participated in the EU General Affairs Council, which held a policy debate on the multiannual financial framework for 2021-2027.
On 16 October in Luxembourg, the Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Albinas Zananavičius participated in the General Affairs Council, which finalized preparations for the European Council of 18 October and discussed proposals for a multiannual financial framework for the 2021-2027 period.
On 28 September, Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs, Albinas Zananavičius, paid a visit to Warsaw where he discussed on-going negotiations on the EU Multiannual Financial Framework (2021-2027), withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU, energy projects in the Baltic region, and other key matters on the EU agenda with Konrad Szymański, Secretary of State, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland.