LRT

Lithuanian National Radio and Television (LRT) is the national public broadcasting company of Lithuania.

Baltic, US observers fly over military sites in Belarus and Russia

Personnel from the US, Estonia and Lithuania observed military infrastructure in Russia and Belarus under the Open Skies Treaty.

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Lithuanians targeted by Cypriot investment scam – LRT Investigation

LRT Investigation Team has revealed a financial scam targeting Lithuanians via a Cypriot Royal Forex LTD company.

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Lithuanians targeted by Cypriot investment scheme – LRT Investigation

LRT Investigation Team has revealed a financial scam targeting Lithuanians via a Cypriot Royal Forex LTD company.

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Coronavirus: Lithuania declares state emergency

Lithuania has on Wednesday declared a state emergency as a preventative measure.

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Lithuanian textile firm first Greenpeace-vetted producer in the world

Lithuania’s Utenos Trikotažas became the first producer in the world to fully comply with the Greenpeace environmental standards, according to the company’s press release.

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Lithuania's Kaunas sacks police chief after security concerns

Darius Žukauskas, the chief of Kaunas police, was fired after losing the right to work with classified information, the Police Department said on Wednesday.

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Chinese CCTVs in Lithuania's Kaunas raise security concerns

Lithuania's largest city Kaunas is installing CCTV systems produced by China's Hikvision banned in the US.

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Lithuania's tourists may get refunds for trips to China, northern Italy

Tourists can ask tour operators to issue refunds for trips to China and northern Italy, Lithuania's State Consumer Rights Protection Authority (VVTAT).

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Lukashenko is lying to Lithuania and the West – opinion

Despite the renewed attention to Minsk, Lithuania and the West should beware of the Belarusian pendulum, writes Andrei Sannikov, a Belarusian activist and a runner-up in the 2010 presidential election before being forced to flee.

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Užgavėnės: Lithuania's pancake day of oddities – photos

Lithuania on Tuesday marked its version of the pancake day – Užgavėnės.

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Soviet Marshal Yazov sentenced by Lithuania dies in Russia

The last marshal of the Soviet Union Dmitry Yazov, who was sentenced by Lithuania for his role in the 1991 crackdown in Vilnius, died in Moscow on Tuesday aged 95.

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Latvian police confiscates a black panther

A black panther and other wild animals, including a crocodile, monkey, owls, wolves and lynxes, confiscated by the Latvian police were handed over the Riga Zoo.

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No interference in politics by state security – Lithuanian parliament

The Lithuanian parliament will not continue investigating claims of unlawful interference in politics by the country's intelligence services, the parliamentary committee on security and defence said on Tuesday.

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Lithuania moves to limit publicity of defence documents

The Lithuanian Defence Ministry proposed introducing "official use" label for sensitive information in the national defence system, saying this would make it easier to share information with NATO and EU partners.

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As spare parts dry up, Lithuanian businesses to feel coronavirus effects

Lithuanian businesses are starting to feel the effects of the coronavirus in China as spare parts and imports are drying up. Meanwhile, the Lithuanian finance minister said the country has enough financial reserves if the virus reaches Lithuania.

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Cuban activists call on Lithuania to block EU pact with Havana

Cuban activists in Vilnius are calling for Lithuania to block the EU-Cuba pact signed in 2016. Only Lithuania is yet to ratify the deal.

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First individual constitutional complaint reaches Lithuania's top court

After Lithuania allowed individuals to file constitutional complaints, the first case reached the top court on Monday.

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Lithuanians less happy, more optimistic than EU peers – survey

Although 76 percent of Lithuanians said they are satisfied with their lives, the figure is below the EU average of 84 percent, according to the latest Eurobarometer survey.

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The unclear future of Nord Stream 2, Russia's controversial gas pipeline

The US says its sanctions will prevent Russia from finishing the controversial Baltic gas pipeline, whose endpoint lies in Germany. The resolution of the dispute may carry geopolitical implications.

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Coronavirus: Lithuania to screen arrivals from northern Italy

Lithuania's authorities will ask arrivals from northern Italy to provide their contacts details, so they can be in touch after two weeks – the incubation period of the coronavirus.

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