Geopolitical situation in Central and Eastern Europe, security, and Belarusian NPP construction were the main topics discussed today by Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko and former Lithuanian President, member of the European Parliament Rolandas Paksas. Belarus President noted that trade and economic relations make up the basis of bilateral cooperation. Belarus wants to have peaceful amicable relations with Lithuania, Alexander Lukashenko said during the meeting. Lithuania is one of Belarus’ leading economic partners. Last year the trade between the two countries exceeded $1.5 billion. Belarus major export items to Lithuania include trucks, timber, oil products, etc. About 250 companies with Belarusian investment operate in Lithuania.