Stability Programme of Lithuania

Stability Programme is a document provided for in the Treaty establishing the EU, where the latest information of on-going and planned budgetary and tax policy is presented following the requirements laid down in the Code of Conduct of the European Commission. The information presented in it has to be based on adopted legislation. The governments of the EU Member States are responsible for development and update of the Stability Programmes.

The Programme surveys recent economic developments in Lithuania, presents monetary and budgetary policy plans for medium term, assesses risk factors, informs about national quality criteria for general government finances and present Lithuania’s preparation to overcome aging society consequences, also reviews structural reforms having a huge impact on government finances. It also presents the assessment of economic cycle impact on public finances.

Last updated: 30-10-2018