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F. Rabitz. Coronavirus pandemic reveals weaknesses of international cooperation

The current pandemic creates major challenges for international institutions and global governance. A lack of responsible and forward-looking governance means that the world is ill-equipped for effectively responding to the ongoing viral outbreak.

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Lithuania must revise its budget law, central bank chief says

Lithuania's government should revise the budget law after significantly altering its spending plans in response to the coronavirus crisis, insists central bank chief Vitas Vasiliauskas.

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Vilnius cogeneration plant to be launched by end of this year

… worth Vilnius combined heat and power (CHP) plant of Lithuania… Vilniaus Kogeneracine Jegaine (Vilnius Cogeneration Power Plant) an … environmental requirements of Lithuania and the European Union.  … million-euro CHP in Lithuania';s second-largest …

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G. Nausėda to evaluate how we’ve been living: a wholly different tone than D. Grybauskaitė‘s

Next month, President Gitanas Nausėda is to make his first annual address in Seimas. Throughout her ten years of overviewing the state of the nation, Dalia Grybauskaitė would fire off fierce criticism and acute phrases from the Seimas tribune. According to political scientist Lauras Bielinis, G. Nausėda’s tone will be different, he will be unwilling to just lash out.

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Algis Krupavičius. The public continues to rally around the government. But for how long?

Public opinion is inertia based. This truth is known to every starting sociologist or political scientist. As such, in the current context, from the perspective of public opinion, there are at least two pieces of news for the government. The good – the popularity of ruling (the prime minister’s) parties in most European countries, compared to pre-pandemic ratings, has grown. Not to the same extent everywhere, but in most countries. Even now, it continues to increase a little. But not by much. Overall, across 21 European countries, it has risen by 4%, when comparing surveys between February and May.

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Inside Belarus. People defy Belarusian authorities to resist Covid-19 pandemic

Despite Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko claiming the virus doesn’t exist, the Covid-19 pandemic is visible throughout the country. Andrey Vozyanov, a lecturer at European Humanities University in Vilnius, reports from Minsk.

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Why choose an international education for your child?

One of the things I appreciate the most growing up nomadically between countries and different types of schools (with my family behind a typical story of the world's globalized workforce), is my genuine appreciation in people's difference as a professional expat myself now. As I entered the field of education both as a researcher and an administrator, it intrigues me how my eagerness and ability to work with diversity allows me to keep updated with new- sometimes contradicting- perspectives, but nevertheless, aids my flexibility to stay open to new possibilities.

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McDonald's and Rimi workers in Vilnius test positive for coronavirus

McDonald's and Rimi workers in the Zirmunai area of Vilnius have tested positive for the coronavirus, Lithuania's National Public Health Center said on Tuesday.

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Coronavirus: outbreak at Vilnius supermarket and McDonald's

Lithuania confirmed 15 new coronavirus cases over Monday, the country's Health Ministry said on Tuesday.

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Coronavirus update: outbreak at Vilnius supermarket and McDonald's

Lithuania confirmed 15 new coronavirus cases over Monday, the country's Health Ministry said on Tuesday.

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Bite Lithuania launches Apple cache server on network

… #39;s data centres in Vilnius. The operator has also deployed … .  The network of Bite Lithuania has direct links to internet … of the mobile operators Bite Lithuania and Bite Latvia, controlled by … 160 Gbps link.  Bite Lithuania also recently installed a cache …

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15 new coronavirus cases in Lithuania

On Tuesday, Lithuania has had 1562 confirmed COVID-19 cases. On Monday, 15 new cases were detected.

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Lithuania plans 700MW offshore site

… is currently not included in Lithuania’s technology-neutral renewable energy … . Aistis Radavicius, CEO of the Lithuanian Wind Power Association told Windpower … 2021, as set out in Lithuania’s Renewable Energy Act. Further …

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Lithuania mulls allowing events with ‘hundreds’ of people

Lithuania’s government is considering allowing mass events to resume, but according to the country’s health minister, Aurelijus Veryga, they would involve “hundreds of people, not thousands”.

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