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Gabrielius Landsbergis

Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs
The Rules-based World Order Under Attack: The Cases of Ukraine and Taiwan

Thursday, 10 February 2022

The National Press Club of Australia

To celebrate the opening of the Republic of Lithuania to Australia and Lithuanian Independence Day, Foreign Minister, Gabrielius Landsbergis will address the National Press Club. 

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Date of birth

07 January 1982

Place of birth

Vilnius, Lithuania


2003–2005 Master of Arts, Institute of International Relations and Political Sciences, Vilnius University

1999–2003 Bachelor of Arts, Faculty of History, Vilnius University

Work experience

2011–2014 Head, Unit of the Regions, Office of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania

2007–2011 Third Secretary, Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania to the Kingdom of Belgium and to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania

Political career

Chairman, Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats

2016–2020 Member of the 12th Seimas

Board of the Seimas, Leader of the Opposition (2020)

Member, Conference of Chairs

Member, Committee on Economics (2016–2019)

Member, Committee on National Security and Defence (2019–2020)

Since 2015 Chairman, Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats

2014–2016 Member of the European Parliament

Member, Subcommittee on Security and Defence (SEDE), Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET);

Member, Committee on International Trade (INTA)

Substitute Member, Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET)

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