|Birth||3 April 1952|
|Politics||Social Democratic Party of Lithuania|
Rimantas Sinkevičius (born 3 April 1952) is a Lithuanian politician, he is former Minister of Transport and Communications of Lithuania.
In 1970 graduated from Kavarskas high school and entered Institute of polytechnics in Kaunas, faculty of Chemical technology, which he graduated in 1975 and acquired the specialty of inorganic fertilizers and chemical technology engineer. 1980–2000 Worked at the company „Achema“ in Jonava (formerly state-owned company „Azotas“). Held various positions. 1980–1983 was the shift supervisor, year 1983–1993 – Foreman and chief of laboratory, from 1993 to 1997 – Deputy Director of the center for Innovation and progress, 1997–2000 – Deputy Director for Commerce, Head of marketing department. 2004–2008 was a development director of the concern „Achema Group“. 2000–2004 was a member of the 8th Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania. Elected in constituency of Jonava No. 60. Since 13 December 2012, Minister of Transport and Communications at the Republic of Lithuania. A member of Council in Lithuanian Social Democrats Party, a chairperson of Jonava division.
Rimantas Sinkevičius with his wife Ligita, July 2016 Married. Wife Ligita is chief specialist at the Environmental Protection Agency under the Ministry of Environment. They have two children. Son Mindaugas Sinkevičius is a Minister of Economy, daughter Rūta is assistant to Vilnius district court judge.