On Saturday, November 8th, at the Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania, the French-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce (Chambre de Commerce Franco-Lituanienne) will announce the start of Christmas period. The luxurious business dinner “Diner de Gala avec Martell” will be held with the pleasure of 250 guests from French and Lithuanian capital corporate executives, business partners, country’s businessmen and heads of public Institutions. The evening aims fostering Lithuania’s culture of estates, pertaining cultural heritage and strengthening of the relationship between the two countries.

Project initiated by the French-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce is developed in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania and the French Embassy in Lithuania.

“We are very pleased that the Lithuanian and foreign capital companies unite for such a noble purpose – fostering of culture, – which is not limited to charity and funding. Culture of Estate is an integral part of Lithuanian Culture and I believe, this innovative social responsibility project will remind us about our country’s greatness and our roots, – said the Minister of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania Šarūnas Birutis.

Ticket to a luxurious business and charity dinner which will combine Lithuanian noble estates cuisine with the pride of France – wine, champagne and cognac, will be priced at 350 LTL, additional 150 LTL will be attributed for charity. Donations collected on this occasion will be assigned to the certain item in the Palace of the Grand Dukes.

“France is the first country which comes to mind than you think about words: castles, estates, art, heritage, philanthropy. Lithuania, also had a very strong and rich culture of estate, but what was cherished for centuries was destroyed in just few decades. For us it is important not only to restore, maintain sponsorship, philanthropic tradition, but also we must leave a rich and solid heritage for the younger generation and make sure they know that we come from a country of noble and educated people with a rich cultural history” – said the French-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce Vice President Žaneta Fomova.

The culmination of this first of the kind French-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce business dinner will be a dessert and dancing ball at the five-star “Kempinski Hotel Cathedral Square”.

Those wishing to purchase tickets for this glamorous business evening are welcome to contact the French-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce Director Otilija Snieškaitė:

Chambre de Commerce Franco-Lituanienne

Švarco g. 1, LT-01131, Vilnius
Tel: (370)655 77984