Lithuanian Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius visited Warsaw and discussed cooperation issues with Poland's PM Donald Tusk. At a press conference, the two prime ministers said that a joint committee is working on matters which are now causing tension in bilateral relations – most of them regarding the Polish minority living in Lithuania.
The resulting report will be available to both governments in March. Both prime ministers stressed the importance of Polish-Lithuanian relations. “I have always considered Poland a strategic partner of Lithuania,” Mr Butkevičius said. The politicians also confirmed the plan to create a gas link between the countries.
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