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    • IMG-20200324-WA0008.jpg RSS Repatriation flight with stranded Lithuanians and other EU nationals started its journey from Bali to Vilnius Added2020.03.24

      Today, a charter flight organized by company Kidy Tour, Ministries of Transport and Foreign Affairs and the Lithuanian Embassy in Japan took off from Denpasar Airport in Bali, Indonesia and is en route to Vilnius. This is the longest flight organized by the Lithuanian Government for Lithuanian citizens who have been stranded abroad due to canceled flights.

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    • Restrictions on entry to the Philippines Added2020.03.20

      From March 20, 2020, visa-free entry to the Philippines is temporarily suspended.  Visa issuances are also temporarily suspended and all previously issued visas are deemed cancelled. Spouses and children of Filipino nationals are exempted from these temporary restrictions.

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    • IMPORTANT INFO.png New restrictions on entry to Japan Added2020.03.19
      1. On March 18th, “New measures to strengthen border measures” were decided at the 20th Meeting of the Novel Coronavirus Response Headquarters. These measures were decided, amidst the further spreading of coronavirus in foreign countries, to take proactive measures including border controls, aligning with measures taken by foreign countries, in order to prevent the further spread of infections.
      2. The measures include following visa restrictions. These measures will be implemented from 0:00 am of March 21st (Japan Standard Time (JST)) until the last day of April. (The implementation period can be renewed.)
       (1) The validity of single or multiple-entry visa issued by March 20th by Japanese Embassies or Consulates General in subject countries (Note).
       (2) Visa exemption measures for the subject countries will be gradually suspended.
      (Note) Schengen countries (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland), Andorra, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Egypt, Iran, Ireland, Monaco, Romania, San Marino, the United Kingdom, and Vatican.
      3. As a consequence, following people will not be permitted to enter Japan from 0:00 am of March 21st (JST).
       (1) Those who intend to enter Japan with single or multiple-entry visa issued by March 20th by Japanese Embassies or Consulates General in the subject countries (Note).
       (2) Those who possess a passport issued by the countries for which visa exemption measures are suspended and intend to enter Japan without obtaining a visa.
      4. The latest information on present measures related to visa restrictions will be published on the websites of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, Japanese Embassies and Consulates General as necessary. Those who plan to travel to Japan are advised to refer to these websites regularly.
      5. From 0:00 am of March 21st (JST), the measures to call upon all nationals arriving from the subject countries (Note) to wait 14 days at a location designated by the quarantine station chief and to refrain from using public transportation will be introduced. Those who plan to travel to Japan are invited to take note of these measures carefully. Please contact the Ministry of Health, Labour and WelfareOpen a New Window for inquiries related to these measures.
      6. Please visit the website of Prime Minister of Japan and his CabinetOpen a New Window for the “New measures to strengthen border measures”.
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    • IMPORTANT INFO.png Important information on travel restrictions in Lithuania Added2020.03.15

      The Lithuanian Government has placed the whole territory of the Republic of Lithuania under quarantine from March 16, 2020 at 00.00 o'clock until March 30, 2020.

      As a consequence, restrictions of movement across the state border and within the country shall:

      • be imposed on all persons arriving in the Republic of Lithuania, except for Lithuanian nationals and those who hold a valid Lithuanian residence permit;
      • not be applied to foreign nationals leaving the country;
      • be imposed on all persons traveling by air, rail and land;
      • not be applied on movement of goods;
      • be imposed on movement of people within the country, as certain restrictions on public transportation will be introduced;
      • Traveling restrictions shall not apply to:
      1. foreign nationals who are family members of Lithuanian citizens;
      2. foreign nationals holding a permanent Lithuanian residence permit;
      3. foreign nationals holding a valid work permit allowing them to work in the Republic of Lithuania;
      4. foreign nationals holding a diplomatic status and members of their families;
      5. foreign nationals serving in military units of NATO and Allies.

      Lithuanian citizens, with some exceptions, are banned from leaving the country, and foreigners will be banned from entering the country.

      Arrival of foreign nationals in the Republic of Lithuania is prohibited, except for drivers and members of crews in case of commercial and/or international carriage of goods; residents of the Republic of Lithuania, diplomats, and military personnel of military units of NATO and NATO countries, their staff and members of their families.

      Foreign nationals will be allowed to enter the territory of Lithuania until midnight, March 19 on condition they cross without indispensable stop.

      Border crossing shall be allowed at the following international border crossing points: Kalvarija–Budzisko, Saločiai–Grenctāle, Būtingė–Rucava, Smėlynė–Medume, Medininkai–Kamenyj Log, Raigardas–Privalka, Kybartai–Chernyshevskoe, Panemunė–Sovietsk, Vilnius, Kaunas, Palanga, Šiauliai airports, and the Klaipėda State Seaport.

      Movement of goods shall not be restricted.

      The majority of shops shall be closed except for groceries and pharmacies.

      Individuals are obliged to self-isolate after returning from abroad.

      All gatherings held in open and closed spaces are suspended until March 27

      All public institutions advised to switch to teleworking as much as possible.

      Travel recommendations

      Prohibitions to nationals of the Republic of Lithuania to leave the Republic of Lithuania is applied, except return to the places of residence or work and holders of a permit of the Head of the State Border Guard Service under the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania or an authorised official.

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    • 78796_391bf353e3fc4d1c40ef40b76d4aedd1.jpg Consular mission visit to Australia is suspended until further notice due to the advice by the Government of Lithuania against travelling to all foreign countries for at least a month. Added2020.03.10

      Lithuanian Embassy in Japan is organising a consular mission to Melbourne (Australia) on 22-25 May 2020.

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    • Cancellation of Reception Added2020.02.27

      Due to unforeseen circumstances concerning Coronavirus infection and announcements of Japanese authorities, we are sorry to inform you that the reception planned by the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania on March 10th, on the occasion of the 30th Anniversary of Restoration of Independence of Lithuania, at Hotel Okura is cancelled.

      Please accept our apologies for any occurring inconveniences. We hope to see you at our future events.

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    • 1.jpg EPA 1 year anniversary Added2020.02.06

      EU Delegation in Tokyo commemorated the one-year anniversary of the Japan - EU Partnership Agreement. The agreement has greatly facilitated the export of EU products to Japan and boosted business relations. The event featured products from ten EU countries currently successfully exported to Japan. Among them, we have presented Lithuanian smart sonar Deeper, which has been imported to the country for three years already. Deeper products are used not only by fishermen but by Japanese companies, too – including TEPCO, the Tokyo power grid operator.

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