Law No XI-375 of 21 July 2009 Amending the Law on Enterprises and Facilities of Strategic Importance to National Security and Other Enterprises Important to Ensuring National Security (Official Gazette (Valstybės Žinios), 2009, No 933968).
This Law was adopted in order to assure an effective implementation of state interests in enterprises of strategic importance and in order to harmonise it with the Law on Nuclear Power Plant No X-1231 (Official Gazette (Valstybės žinios) No 763004).
The new version of the Law includes the following definitions: Enterprises and facilities of strategic importance to national security, Interests of national security, Potential member of the company and Special security measures.
The Law also amended the lists of the state enterprises of strategic importance, private enterprises of strategic importance and enterprises of importance to ensuring national security.
Interconnections of the power system of the Republic of Lithuania with the power systems of the Republic of Poland and the Kingdom of Sweden indicated in the previously mentioned Republic of Lithuania Law on the Nuclear Power Plant and the new nuclear power plant are here defined as those of particular strategic importance to national security. These objects and investors are subject to special security measures ensuring the national security interests as applied to them.
Moreover, in order to ensure an effective implementation of state interests, the Law settled the assessment of conformity to national security interests of potential participants of enterprises of strategic importance to national security.