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Government of the Republic of Lithuania (Lietuvos Respublikos Vyriausybė) is a cabinet of the Republic of Lithuania. It consists of Prime Minister who leads the activity of government and 14 government ministers. The current Prime Minister is Andrius Kubilius.

The Prime Minister is suggested by the President and confirmed by Seimas.



The following are the ministries of Lithuania led by government ministers[1]:

  • Ministry of Agriculture (governed by Kazimieras Starkevičius)
  • Ministry of Culture (governed by Remigijus Vilkaitis)
  • Ministry of Economy (governed by Dainius Kreivys)
  • Ministry of Education and Science (governed by Gintaras Steponavičius)
  • Ministry of Energy (governed by Arvydas Sekmokas)
  • Ministry of Environment (governed by Gediminas Kazlauskas)
  • Ministry of Finance (governed by Ingrida Šimonytė)
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs (governed by Vygaudas Ušackas)
  • Ministry of Health Care (governed by Algis Čaplikas)
  • Ministry of the Interior (governed by Raimundas Palaitis)
  • Ministry of Justice (governed by Remigijus Šimašius)
  • Ministry of National Defence (governed by Rasa Juknevičienė)
  • Ministry of Social Security and Labour (governed by Donatas Jankauskas)
  • Ministry of Transport (governed by Eligijus Masiulis).

Institutions under the Government of LR[2]

  • Information Society Development Committee
  • Department of Physical Education and Sports
  • Lithuanian Archives Department
  • Weaponry Fund of the Republic of Lithuania
  • Drug Control Department
  • Department of Statistics
  • The Department of National minorities and Lithuanians living abroad
  • State Nuclear Power Safety Inspectorate
  • State Data Protection Inspectorate
  • State Food and Veterinary Service
  • State Tobacco and Alcohol Control Service
  • Public Procurement Office

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