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Foreign Embassies in the U.S. and Their Ambassadors
Office of the Chief of Protocol
August 10, 2010
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Chronological Listing by Country

(Click on Alphabet for beginning to Country Name)

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

 

(Formerly LITHUANIAN SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLIC)


DATE

NAME/MISSION

   
October 11, 1922 LEGATION OPENED
   
October 11, 1922 Valdemaras Carneckis, Charge d'Affaires a.i.
   
December 11, 1923 Kazys Bizauskas, Charge d'Affaires (NOT a.i.)
   
August 6, 1924 Kazys Bizauskas, E. E. and M.P.
   
November 2, 1928 Bronius Kasimir Balutis, E.E. and M.P.
   
August 21, 1935 Povilas Zadeikis, E.E. and M.P.
   
May 11, 1957 Joseph Kajeckas, Charge d’Affaires
   
January 1, 1977 Dr. Stasys A. Backis, Charge d'Affaires
   
November 15, 1987 Mr. Stasys Lozoraitis, Jr., Charge d'Affaires
   
September 2, 1992 President Bush announced that the US was prepared to immediately establish diplomatic relations with the Republic of Lithuania
   
November 5, 1991 Dept informed that the Government of Lithuania wished to raise Legation to Embassy Dept agreed Nov 19, 1991.
   
December 20, 1991 Stasys Lozoraitis, Appt.
March 11, 1992 Amb. E. and P.
   
November 24, 1993 Alfonsas Eidintas
December 9, 1993 Amb. E and P.
   
September 30, 1997 Stasys Sakalauskas, Appt.
November 12, 1997 Amb. E. and P.
   
March 7, 2001 Vygaudas Usackas, Appt.
March 13, 2001 Amb. E. and P.
   
February 26, 2007 Audrius Bruzga, Appt.
February 27, 2007 Amb. E. and P.
   
August 5, 2010 Zygimanta Pavilionis, Appt.
August 10, 2010 Amb. E. and P.

 

Special Terms*
[Amb.] E.E. and M.P.= Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary
[Charge d'Affaires] a.i.= ad interim
Amb. E. & P. = Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary



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