On Tuesday, October 8, 2013, His Royal Highness Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark accompanied by the Danish Minister for Climate, Energy and Building, Mr. Martin Lidegaard, arrived in Vilnius, Lithuania for a three-day “…Danish trade campaign…”
According to the Danish royal court during his visit the future king of Denmark and Mr. Lidegaard will:
“…participate in a number of business-oriented and cultural events with the aim of focusing on Denmark and promoting Danish commercial interests in Lithuania. The program focuses on the energy and food products sectors as well as information and communications technology. Together with Lithuania’s President Dalia Grybauskaite, The Crown Prince opens a Business Forum and takes part in the opening of “Danish Days”, which will be held in the shopping centre “Panorama” in continuation of the trade campaign. The participating companies from Denmark will meet relevant partners from Lithuania at the Business Forum and at seminars and B2B meetings.”
Anyway, Lithuanian President, Dalia Grybauskaite, warmly welcomed Crown Prince Frederik this afternoon as he arrived at the Presidential Palace in Vilnius. After a formal handshake and a quick photo-op for the press the crown prince and President Grybauskaite held a brief meeting. Thereafter, Crown Prince Frederik and Mr. Lidegaard visited Bang & Olufsen, a Danish company that produces a bunch of really cool multimedia stuff (i.e. televisions, speakers, phones, etc, etc, etc).