How to find us?
Due to the national lockdown in Israel, the Consular Section of the Lithuanian Embassy in Israel will stop admitting applicants starting from 21 September 2020 until further notice.
The Consular Section will continue to assist Lithuanian citizens only in emergency cases.
The Embassy can be reached by phone and by e-mail + 972- 3- 6958685, [email protected] (during the working hours of the Embassy).
Please be informed that the registration for consular appointments for getting a national visa D (for students) starts on 27 July 2020.
Note: the registration will not be open if the Embassy of Lithuania is closed due to the COVID-19 situation.
For registration please contact the Embassy by phone +972 3 6958685 (starting from 27 July 2020, 10 a.m.)
As of May 11th the Consular Section of the Lithuanian Embassy restores rendering its services to consular applicants (for Lithuanian Citizenship and Passports), we remind you that a visit to the Embassy is possible only upon appointment registered in http://il.mfa.lt/il/en/e-registration
The exception to the above rule is the collection of passports on Mondays - Thursdays 14:00 – 15:00.
Please arrive exactly according to the time of your registration and wear face mask.
ATTENTION: Applicants, whose visits could not take place due to suspension of reception during quarantine, will be served in the first place. Therefore, new appointment terms in the registration system will be made available from July.
In the light of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania has updated its Italy travel advice. The Ministry temporarily advises against all travel to the following regions of northern Italy: Lombardy, Veneto, Piedmont, and Emilia-Romagna.
Currently, the Foreign Ministry also temporarily advises against all travel to China, South Korea, Adeje town and municipality on the southern side of the island of Tenerife (Spain).
Taking preventive measures is recommended to people who travel to the European Union and the Schengen Area, and the United Kingdom, as well as to Belarus, North Macedonia, Singapore, and Hong Kong. We recommend that you take the necessary precautions to avoid infection, closely follow the instructions and advice of your local government.
Please visit https://keliauk.urm.lt for latest travel advice by country.
The Foreign Ministry recommends installing the app “Keliauk saugiai” [Travel Safely] to obtain the newest relevant consular information and to receive the Ministry’s direct messages on crises overseas. iOS: https://goo.gl/dOxeli; Android: https://goo.gl/rPwrfx.
Assistance is available 24 hours a day by calling us on: + 370 5 236 2444 (WhatsApp: +370 699 83537), e-mail at [email protected]
COVID-19 Hotline: +370 618 79984 (specialists from the National Public Health Center provide a consultation service around the clock).