The Bank of Lithuania co-operates with the international financial institutions such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank group, the Bank for International Settlements, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and others, and participates in the activities of these institutions.
The co-operation with foreign central banks is based on bilateral and multilateral initiatives, with the purpose of sharing experience in the key areas of central banking. The Bank of Lithuania has signed co-operation agreements with Baltic, Nordic and other foreign countries central banks.
The Bank of Lithuania provides technical assistance for the central banks of countries, included in the Policy provisions of the Development Cooperation of the Republic of Lithuania. The seminars are organized in the arrears of credit institutions supervision, statistics, information technologies, internal audit, risk management, accountant and other issues of interest for the specialists of the central banks of Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyz Republic.