|Embassy of Georgia, Vilnius||Embassy of Lithuania, Tbilisi|
|Ambassador Levan Gvachliani||Ambassador Andrius Kalindra|
On 9 August 2018, Lithuania introduced migration restrictions on individuals placed on the Otkhozoria-Tatunashvili list, a list of individuals the Georgian Parliament considers to have 'violated the rights of Georgian citizens in the Georgian occupied regions of Abkhazia and Tskhinvali'.
In December 2020, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius called for NATO to cooperate more closely with Georgia and Ukraine and maintain the 'open door' policy.
On 25 February 2021, in response to the detention of Nika Melia, Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania issued a joint statement expressing "serious concerns over the political situation developing in Georgia" and urging "all political forces to act with restraint, de-escalate the situation and seek [a] constructive solution". Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda offered to act as a mediator to resolve the situation.
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