2017 03 21
Macroeconomic Projections – Wages Will Grow, Unemployment Will Fall

The Ministry of Finance has updated projections of basic macroeconomic indicators for 2017-2020 – economy will grow at a moderate pace as a result of a substantial contribution of the domestic demand and exports, while wage growth will surpass inflation. “For further successful growth of the economy, we must certainly implement the structural reforms. First,...

2017 02 10
Additional Measures for Fintech Development in Lithuania

The representatives from the Ministry of Finance, Bank of Lithuania and other public authorities discussed further measures to foster the development of the financial technology (Fintech) industry in Lithuania. The proposals will shortly be forwarded to the Government. “Lithuania has the potential to be a leading Fintech player in the region. After considering the comments...

2017 01 24
Vilius Šapoka: Proper Implementation of Structural Reforms is Important

On 17 January the European Commission delivered the opinion on the updated budgetary plan of Lithuania for 2017. The European Commission in its opinion states that after application of the social model clause, Lithuania would substantially meet the requirements of the Stability and Growth Pact. “The viewpoint of the European Commission and the Ministry of...

2016 12 22
Vice-Ministers of Finance – Long-Serving Staff Members of the Ministry

By Minister of Finance Vilius Šapoka Order, on this date three new Vice-Ministers – Daiva Brasiūnaitė, Loreta Maskaliovienė and Darius Sadeckas – start their work. All of them are the long-serving staff members of the Ministry of Finance. “They are people whom I confident to call experienced specialists, I have no doubts over their competence not only in...

Structure and Contacts

Vilius Šapoka

Minister of Finance

Ministry contacts

Lukiškių Str. 2, 01512 Vilnius, Lithuania
Phone +370 5 239 0000
Fax +370 5 279 1481