Lithuania’s Foreign Minister On Russia, NATO And Trump

Lithuania's Minister of Foreign Affairs Linas Linkevicius speaks to The Associated Press in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Vilnius, Lithuania, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016. Lithuanian foreign and defense ministers said they believed that some of Donald Trump’s language during the campaign shouldn’t be taken too seriously and that they are confident that he will continue a decades-long American tradition of standing by allies in Europe and the world.
Lithuania's Minister of Foreign Affairs Linas Linkevicius speaks to The Associated Press in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Vilnius, Lithuania in November. Mindaugas Kulbis / AP Photo
Lithuania's Minister of Foreign Affairs Linas Linkevicius speaks to The Associated Press in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Vilnius, Lithuania, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016. Lithuanian foreign and defense ministers said they believed that some of Donald Trump’s language during the campaign shouldn’t be taken too seriously and that they are confident that he will continue a decades-long American tradition of standing by allies in Europe and the world.
Lithuania's Minister of Foreign Affairs Linas Linkevicius speaks to The Associated Press in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Vilnius, Lithuania in November. Mindaugas Kulbis / AP Photo

Lithuania’s Foreign Minister On Russia, NATO And Trump

Governments of the Baltic States are worried about Russian aggression and are voicing their concerns to President Donald Trump. 

Many geopolitical observers view Trump Administration skepticism on Russia and NATO as a potential danger to freedom and security in the region. 

We speak with Linas Linkevičius, foreign minister of the Republic of Lithuania, about his country’s concerns about Russia, NATO's future, immigration and terrorism.