• You can expect a good standard of medical care in Lithuania, much of it provided by a state-funded system called PSD (Privalomasis Sveikatos Draudimas). The ratio of doctors to people is higher than in many countries, staff are well trained
  • Those arriving from non-EU countries must go through certain procedures, where most important ones are to first find an employer and get a work permit or a decision on compliance with labour market needs (unless a foreigner, according to Lithuanian
  • With its colourful history and its important geographic location, Lithuania is the bustling connecting hub between Western and Eastern Europe. The small nation with a population of just about 2.8 million has been an EU member since 2004 and, in

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