Canada–Lithuania relations

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Canada-Lithuania relations
Map indicating locations of Canada and Lithuania

Canada

Lithuania

Canada–Lithuania relations are foreign relations between Canada and Lithuania.

Trade[edit]

The flow of trade between Canada and Lithuania is steadily rising.

In 2013, Canadian imports from Lithuania totaled $188.9 million and included mostly crude oil, minerals and wooden furniture. Canadian exports to Lithuania amounted to $88.9 million and included metals, agricultural machinery, food products and automotive parts.[1]

Canada's cumulative direct investment to Lithuania reached $500 million in 2012.[2]

Visas[edit]

Citizens of Lithuania do not need temporary resident visas to travel to Canada if they are holders of biometric passports, unless their passport was issued before August 28, 2006.

History[edit]

Both countries re-established diplomatic relations in 1991. Canada has an embassy office in Vilnius, the actual embassy is located in Riga (Latvia). Lithuania has an embassy in Ottawa and 2 honorary consulates in Montreal and Vancouver.

Both countries are full members of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe and of NATO.

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