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2023 03 03
The new Twinning Project has been just launched in Baku

On the 3rd of March 2023 the Twinning project focused on increasing the road safety in Azerbaijan was launched in Baku. This topic gathered various stakeholders from Azerbaijan, Poland and Lithuania – countries involved in this initiative – during the launching event.

2022 12 23
Season's greetings!

May the peace and hope guide you during winter holidays and the coming year 2023. May your journeys be smooth and safe!

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2022 11 15
LTSA successfully completed a project with Danish and Finnish road accident investigation authorities

Lithuanian transport safety administration has successfully finished project “Road accident investigation: best practices, procedures and measures to strengthen road safety” activities. Project which involved two Nordic partners – Danish Road Traffic Accident investigation board together with Danish Road Administration ...

2022 08 23
Obtaining Lithuanian Certificates of Competency, Certificates of Proficiency and Seaman‘s books by Ukrainian seafarers

Due to numerous questions regarding obtaining Lithuanian Certificates of Competency (CoC), Certificates of Proficiency (CoP) and Seaman‘s books (SB) by Ukrainian seafarers, we present the following information:  According to the information from the Government of Ukraine, Ukrainian ...

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2022 03 30
LTSA's dedicated portal for seafarers and inland waterway users – now also in English

Lithuanian Transport Safety Administration's (LTSA) dedicated portal for seafarers and inland waterway users is now also available in English. It is a portal for shipping companies, ships, research institutions and all those involved and interested in shipping, providing up-to-date information on navigational conditions in the area of ...

2021 04 29
Aircrafts over the Baltic Sea to monitor marine pollution

The Lithuanian Transport Safety Administration (LTSA) informs that the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) is conducting a mission of remotely piloted aircraft in Lithuania to monitor passing ship pollution. During the mission, unmanned aerial vehicles are measuring pollutant emissions from ships passing through Klaipėda Seaport and the main shipping lanes. It monitors ...

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