On 7 June, the Lithuanian diplomat Justina Krutulytė was elected as Vice-Chair of the Sixth Committee (Legal) of the United Nations General Assembly. She will represent the Eastern Europe Regional Group, which has 23 members, at the 76th session of the General Assembly that is to begin in September 2021.
The Seimas approved the so-called employee relocation package initiated by the Ministry of the Economy and Innovation, which opens simplified conditions for investors from third countries to transfer their employees and family members. These changes are particularly relevant for Belarusian companies moving to Lithuania or considering to do so. This package of laws will enter into force on 15 June and will still have to be signed by the President.
Vilnius has received yet another quality label, proving the city’s ability to attract local and international talent and students. In the latest QS World University Rankings 2022, Vilnius University (VU) has taken a record high position, and for the first time has been ranked 400th.
Every city has many faces, depending on the viewpoint. Today, let’s focus on what you can see and experience in the air.
Every city has many faces, depending on the viewpoint. You can discover Kaunas on foot and by entirely overwhelmed by its other side from a boat! Today, let’s focus on what you can see and experience in the air.
The Kaunas University of Technology focuses on the development of sustainable energy generation systems and the reduction of CO2 emissions. During this project, the heat and electricity facilities in the building complex of the so-called Chamber IX were modernised, including the installation of a photovoltaic power plant for electricity generation and a geothermal energy system (water-ground heat pumps) with an underground energy storage.