On 30 May 2005 the Government of the Republic of Lithuania formed the Commission for the Coordination of the Adoption of the Euro in the Republic of Lithuania, and set its main goal – to ensure the preparation and proper implementation of the National Changeover Plan.
The Government of the Republic of Lithuania approved this plan by its Resolution No. 1050 of 29 September 2005.
On 25 April 2007 the Government of the Republic of Lithuania by its Resolution No. 417 approved a new National Changeover Plan.
Lithuania’s Participation in ERM II with the Fixed Exchange Rate Regime. Speech by Mr Reinoldijus Šarkinas, Chairman of the Board of the Bank of Lithuania at the seminar "The mission of the contemporary central bank. Strategy towards euro adoption". Warsaw, National Bank of Poland. 15 December, 2006.
Preparations for the Euro: Strategy and Perspectives. Presentation by Ms. Ramunė Vilija Zabulienė, Deputy Chairperson of the Bank of Lithuania at the seminar dedicated to the Lithuanian economy, investment and business opportunities in the country, as well as Lithuania‘s cultural traditions, organised by the Embassy of Lithuania in the UK with the assistance of the British Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania and International Financial Services London (IFSL), an organisation in the London’s City, 23rd November, 2006.
Prospects of Euro Introduction and Some Aspects of Economic Convergence: the Bank of Lithuania’s views. Speech by Ms. Ramunė Vilija Zabulienė, Deputy Chairperson of the Bank of Lithuania at the Roundtable on Financial and Monetary Affairs. Washington, D.C., The European Institute. April 18, 2005.
Euro introduction in Lithuania: BoL approach. Presentation by Darius Petrauskas, Deputy Governor Bank of Lithuania / Lietuvos bankas. Vilnius. Capital Markets Day, SEB Eastern European Banking, March 21-22, 2005.