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====Functions in European Parliament====
 
====Functions in European Parliament====
  
* [[MEPs_SEDE|Subcommittee on Security and Defence]] (Vice-Chairman)
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* [[MEPs_SEDE|Subcommittee on Security and Defence]] (Vice-Chair)
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* Delegation for relations with Belarus (Vice-Chair)
 
* [[MEPs_AFET|Committee on Foreign Affairs]] (Member)
 
* [[MEPs_AFET|Committee on Foreign Affairs]] (Member)
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* Delegation to the EU-Russia Parliamentary Cooperation Committee (Member)
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* Delegation to the Euronest Parliamentary Assembly (Member)
 
* [[MEPs_ENVI|Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety]] (Substitute)
 
* [[MEPs_ENVI|Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety]] (Substitute)
  
 
====Curriculum Vitae====
 
====Curriculum Vitae====
  
* Degree in journalism from the University of Vilnius (1959-1964)
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* Vilnius University, specialising in journalism (1959-1964)
* Diplomatic University of the Foreign Ministry of the USSR (1966-1969)
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* Diplomatic University (Moscow, 1966-1969)
* Correspondent for the daily newspaper 'Komjaunimo tiesa', Head of Department (1960 and 1963-1966)
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* Journalistic, diplomatic and administrative work (1960-1990)
* Foreign Ministry of the USSR: Third Secretary (in the Embassy in Switzerland), Second Secretary, First Secretary, Counsellor (in the Embassy in the German Democratic Republic), Deputy Head of the Press Department (1969-1983)
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* Foreign-policy adviser to the President of the Republic of Lithuania (1993-1996)
* Deputy Head of the Foreign Policy Department, Head of the Culture and Ideology Departments of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Lithuania (1983-1989)
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* Ambassador of the Republic of Lithuania to the United Kingdom and accredited in Ireland and Portugal (1996-2001)
* Secretary (1989-1990) of the Independent Communist Party of Lithuania, which freed itself from subordination to Moscow and adopted a social-democratic programme
 
* Member of the Supreme Council (Parliament) of the Republic of Lithuania, Vice-Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs (1990-1992)
 
* Lecturer at the Institute for Journalism of the University of Vilnius (1990-1993)
 
* Lecturer at the Institute for International Relations and Political Science of the University of Vilnius (1993-1995)
 
* Foreign policy adviser to the President of the Republic of Lithuania (1993-1996)
 
* Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Lithuania to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, at the same time Ambassador of the Republic of Lithuania to Portugal (1996-2001) and Ireland (1997-2001)
 
 
* Deputy Foreign Minister of the Republic of Lithuania (2002-2004)
 
* Deputy Foreign Minister of the Republic of Lithuania (2002-2004)
* Signatory of the Gotland Communiqué (6 August 1989) and the Lithuanian Declaration of the Restoration of Independence (11 March 1990)
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* Vice-Chair of Lietuvos demokratinės darbo partija (Democratic Labour Party of Lithuania) (1990-1991)
* Since 1993 has held the rank of an Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Lithuania
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* Member of the Council ofLietuvos socialdemokratų partija (Social Democratic Party of Lithuania) (1992, 2007-2009)
* Honours: Knight of the Royal Swedish Order of the Northern Star (1994), Commander of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Lithuania (2003) and Lithuanian Independence Medal (2000)
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* Vice-Chair of Lietuvos socialdemokratų partija (since 2009)
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* Member of the Supreme Council (Parliament) of Lithuania, Vice-Chair of the Committee on Foreign Affairs (1990-1992)
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* Member of the European Parliament, member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, substitute member of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety, member of the Delegation to the EU-Russia Parliamentary Cooperation Committee (2004-2009)
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* Vice-Chair of the Subcommittee on Security and Defence, member of the Delegation for relations with Belarus, leader of the Lithuanian delegation in the Socialist Group (2007-2009)
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* Signatory of the Gotland Communiqué on independence (6 August 1989)
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* Signatory of the Act on the re-establishment of the independent state of Lithuania (11 March 1990)
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* Lecturer at the Institute for Journalism of Vilnius University (1990-1993). lecturer at the Institute for International Relations and Political Science of the Vilnius University (1993-1995)
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* Rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Lithuania (since 1993)
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* Member of the Lithuanian Journalists' Union
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* Books published: Šveicarų piramidės (Swiss Pyramids) (1974), Šveicarų piramidžių papėdėje (At the foot of the Swiss Pyramids) (1985), Lietuva pasaulio galingųjų akiratyje (Lithuania as seen by the powerful of the world) (2005), Gyvenimas trikampyje Vilnius-Briuselis-Strasbūras (Life in the Vilnius-Brussels-Strasbourg triangle) (2007), Dviejų kartų laiškai Europos Parlamentui (Two generations' letters to the European Parliament) (2008)
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* Published articles in the world's press on international issues, lectures (on European integration, security, regional cooperation and other issues) at many international conferences
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* Member of the Lithuanian water polo team, many times Lithuanian water polo champion (1963-1967)
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* Commander of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Lithuania (2003)
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* Lithuanian Independence Medal (2000)
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* Knight of the Royal Swedish Order of the Polar Star (1994)
  
 
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Political Memory: Justas Vincas PALECKIS, MEP

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Functions in European Parliament

Curriculum Vitae

  • Vilnius University, specialising in journalism (1959-1964)
  • Diplomatic University (Moscow, 1966-1969)
  • Journalistic, diplomatic and administrative work (1960-1990)
  • Foreign-policy adviser to the President of the Republic of Lithuania (1993-1996)
  • Ambassador of the Republic of Lithuania to the United Kingdom and accredited in Ireland and Portugal (1996-2001)
  • Deputy Foreign Minister of the Republic of Lithuania (2002-2004)
  • Vice-Chair of Lietuvos demokratinės darbo partija (Democratic Labour Party of Lithuania) (1990-1991)
  • Member of the Council ofLietuvos socialdemokratų partija (Social Democratic Party of Lithuania) (1992, 2007-2009)
  • Vice-Chair of Lietuvos socialdemokratų partija (since 2009)
  • Member of the Supreme Council (Parliament) of Lithuania, Vice-Chair of the Committee on Foreign Affairs (1990-1992)
  • Member of the European Parliament, member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, substitute member of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety, member of the Delegation to the EU-Russia Parliamentary Cooperation Committee (2004-2009)
  • Vice-Chair of the Subcommittee on Security and Defence, member of the Delegation for relations with Belarus, leader of the Lithuanian delegation in the Socialist Group (2007-2009)
  • Signatory of the Gotland Communiqué on independence (6 August 1989)
  • Signatory of the Act on the re-establishment of the independent state of Lithuania (11 March 1990)
  • Lecturer at the Institute for Journalism of Vilnius University (1990-1993). lecturer at the Institute for International Relations and Political Science of the Vilnius University (1993-1995)
  • Rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Lithuania (since 1993)
  • Member of the Lithuanian Journalists' Union
  • Books published: Šveicarų piramidės (Swiss Pyramids) (1974), Šveicarų piramidžių papėdėje (At the foot of the Swiss Pyramids) (1985), Lietuva pasaulio galingųjų akiratyje (Lithuania as seen by the powerful of the world) (2005), Gyvenimas trikampyje Vilnius-Briuselis-Strasbūras (Life in the Vilnius-Brussels-Strasbourg triangle) (2007), Dviejų kartų laiškai Europos Parlamentui (Two generations' letters to the European Parliament) (2008)
  • Published articles in the world's press on international issues, lectures (on European integration, security, regional cooperation and other issues) at many international conferences
  • Member of the Lithuanian water polo team, many times Lithuanian water polo champion (1963-1967)
  • Commander of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Lithuania (2003)
  • Lithuanian Independence Medal (2000)
  • Knight of the Royal Swedish Order of the Polar Star (1994)

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