Friday, November 16, Vilnius – President Dalia Grybauskaitė presented letters of credence to Eduardas Borisovas, Lithuanian Ambassador to the Republic of Poland.
The President and the Ambassador discussed bilateral dialogue between Lithuania and Poland, economic cooperation, implementation of strategic projects, EU agenda matters and the need to enhance regional security.
Lithuania and Poland are neighbors and partners that share common interests to strengthen both regional and national security as well as welfare. According to the President, it is important to strive for closer security and transatlantic cooperation and to maintain a shared approach to eastern neighborhood and the same pace of strategic projects.
The President encouraged the Ambassador to support Lithuania’s investments, keep close contacts in the area of cultural, scientific and social exchange, sustain a dialogue on minority education issues and foster relations with the Lithuanian community in Poland.
The diplomat has been working at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since its establishment in 1990. In 1991, the Ambassador was appointed as the Representative of the Foreign Affairs Minister in Poland, held the position of Charge d’Affaires at Interim in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, was the Director of the Protocol Department and Consul General in Saint Petersburg and the Ambassador at the UN Office in Geneva. In 2009-2015, he was Deputy Director General of the Permanent International Secretariat of the Council of the Baltic Sea States, and in 2015 assumed the position of Director of Latin America, Africa, Asia and Pacific Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Ambassador speaks English, Russian, Polish, French, Czech, and Slovak languages.
Last updated 2018.11.16 15:58Back