2022 10 26
Gintarė Skaistė. The biggest EU challenge: steps needed to improve resilience

Today, Europe faces numerous challenges – from dealing with the legacy of pandemic to climate change. But the biggest one is no doubt the Russia's unprovoked and brutal war against Ukraine. Let’s go back in time a bit to that morning in late February – when we all woke up shocked by what had happened. Russia has brought war back to the ...

2022 10 19
Lithuania Borrowed EUR 1.2 billion In International Financial Markets

On Tuesday Lithuania borrowed EUR 900 million in the international capital markets by issuing a new 5.5-year Eurobond and tapping the 10-year Eurobond issued in spring this year with EUR 300 million. During the new issuance, a risk premium of 120 basis points above the mid-swap interest rate was set, and for the issuance tapped, a risk premium of 135 basis ...

2022 08 05
The European Commission Approved Lithuania's Plans for EUR 7.5 billion Investments

The European Commission (EC) approved the Programme for the European Union (EU) Funds’ Investments 2021-2027, according to which it is planned to invest EUR 7 billion 449 thousand. "Even in the face of great uncertainty, at the stage of programming strategic documents of the EU cohesion policy, Lithuania was the third in Europe to receive ...

2022 07 29
Gintarė Skaistė. It Is Not Sanctions That Affect the Economy, but Putin's War

Although it is understandable whose interest it is to make European citizens doubt the value of EU sanctions against Russia, which attacked Ukraine, both high-ranking officials and journalists often succumb to the narrative imposed by Russian propaganda. "How will the sanctions affect your country's economy?" I have been asked this question ...

Structure and Contacts


Gintarė Skaistė

Minister of Finance

Ministry contacts

Lukiškių Str. 2, 01512 Vilnius, Lithuania
Phone +370 5 239 0000
Fax +370 5 279 1481
E-mail: [email protected]