The following state visits took place:
- 1994 visit to Vilnius by Ion Iliescu, the President of Romania to sign the Treaty of Friendship and Co-operation between Romania and the Republic of Lithuania.
- 1995 visit to Bucharest by Algirdas Brazauskas, the President of the Republic of Lithuania
- 1995 official visit to Vilnius by the President of the Senate of Romania
- 1998 visit by Vytautas Landsbergis, the Speaker of the Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania, he participated in the Meeting of the President of the European Parliament with the Presidents of the Parliaments of EU Candidate Countries, in Bucharest
- 2001 visit to Vilnius by Ion Iliescu, the President of Romania in November 2001. President Valdas Adamkus conferred the Grand Cross of the Order of Vytautas on President Ion Iliescu for "personal services to the development of the relations between Lithuania and Romania and active contribution to the broadening of bilateral co-operation". President Adamkus was awarded the Star of Romania. Iliescu spoke at Vilnius University.
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