Radicalism is rising in the world because of lack of leadership: Lithuanian Foreign Minister, tribuneindia.com, October 9, 2017
Lithuanian Minister Linas Linkevičius, who is on an official visit to India to celebrate 25th year of establishment of diplomatic relations, spoke to The Tribune about the relationship between the two countries, his views on global terrorism as a challenge, his views on what Europe is viewing as Russia’s growing aggression and what he expects from his countries ties with India.
Smita Sharma: What were the outcomes from your official meetings in Delhi today?
Linas Linkevičius: We discussed cultural, business and political relations. Two agreements have been signed. Important one on extradition was negotiated for 20 years, basically. Agreement on Air Services will open markets and better opportunities. I was here to explore areas of common interest. We need to find some areas of interests or niches for India too.