The Bank of Lithuania is the Central Bank of the Republic of Lithuania. Its principal objective is to maintain price stability. In seeking its principal objective, the Bank of Lithuania is independent from the Government of the Republic of Lithuania or other institutions of the state.
The mission of the Bank of Lithuania is to ensure sustainability and integrity of the state’s monetary, credit and payment systems and their stable, reliable and efficient functioning, thus creating favourable conditions for the optimal development of the national economy.
In implementing the primary objective, the Bank of Lithuania performs the following functions:
issuing the currency of the Republic of Lithuania
formulating and implementing monetary policy
determining the litas exchange rate regulation system and announcing the official exchange rate of the litas
managing, using and disposing of foreign reserves of the Bank of Lithuania
acting as a State Treasury agent
The website is accessible in both English and Lithuanian languages.