Bilateral Partnerships

Lithuania's development cooperation policy priority is the EU's Eastern Partnership countries. Lithuania is building on its experience in democratic state-building and reform and transfers it to countries seeking closer integration with the EU. The focus is on Ukraine and Moldova, which have been granted EU candidate status, Georgia, which has the prospect of becoming an EU member state, and Armenia, which has signed a Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement with the EU.

In response to global developments and new opportunities in the green economy, renewable energy, digital transformation, as well as to contribute to addressing the challenges of climate change and migration, Lithuania is developing partnerships with individual countries in the Middle East and Central Asia, and Sub-Saharan Africa.

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