Tomaševski stated his position after meeting with Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius and attending a meeting of the ruling coalition's Political Council at the government building on Tuesday.
"We agreed on the problems that have emerged and, most importantly, agreed on a mechanism of putting the decision into practice. I can say I am happy with the meeting with the prime minister, I am happy about the council meeting. We will shortly address the matters we have been unable to address. We have not yet agreed on the time-frames but the key decision has been made," Tomaševski told journalists after the meeting of the Political Council.
"We may have failed to agree on the deadlines but we're in fact determined to work together and demonstrate unity of the coalition today," the Electoral Action of Poles (LLRA) leader said in comment of his plans to leave the coalition.
Nevertheless, he refused to elaborate on the details of his agreement with the prime minister.
"I think the issues will be settled, and we will not be more specific with the media today. This is not the point," Tomaševski said.
"We talked about the budget, some education issues, we discussed cooperation between our two parties in certain municipalities," said Tomaševski, a member of the European Parliament.
He said he saw a possibility for the LLRA to fill the post of energy vice-minister.
Last week, Tomaševski told journalists that he "sees no good prospect of cooperation" in the ruling center-left coalition as agreements were not implemented. He mentioned the fact that there was still no fourth position of energy vice-minister and talked about fund distribution for state investment programs.
In comment of the threats, Butkevičius, the leader of the ruling Social Democratic Party, said nobody would tolerate such statements. Nevertheless, the PM said on Tuesday that people were entitled to speaking their mind.
"Nobody's making anybody dance to anybody's tune. We're all humans and have the right to make different statements," the prime minister said.