Antanas Valionis has become the face of Lithuanian foreign policy. In fact, he is in his fifth straight year at the helm of the Foreign Ministry, which makes him the longest-standing foreign policy chief in the Baltics. He has guided the country's integration efforts, led efforts to woo East European states toward the EU and NATO and withstood scathing attacks for having been on the KGB reserve list. He spent an hour with The Baltic Times last week to share his thoughts on Russia and the current EU crisis. Why, in your opinion, were the leaders of Lithuania and Poland not invited to the cel...
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