LRT

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

Žukaitė-Zelenkienė appointed to head RFE/RL office in Vilnius

Gintarė Žukaitė-Zelenkienė, a former head of the Lithuanian parliament speaker’s secretariat, has been appointed to head...

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Lithuanian FM calls for EU peacekeeping mission at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant

Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis has called on the European Union to return to discussions about sendi...

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Lithuania marks 29th anniversary since Russian military withdrawal

On Wednesday, August 31, Lithuania is marking 29 years since Russia completed the withdrawal of its troops from the coun...

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MSF condemns ‘systemic discrimination’ in Lithuania’s treatment of migrants

The international non-governmental organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has condemned Lithuania’s practices with ...

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Waiting for war and ‘Lithuania’s last summer’ – interview

The invasion was just a few weeks away. Despite the gathering storm, people were blinded by the everyday – a fuel crisis...

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Lithuania’s state property manager hit with cyberattack after announcing ‘putinOut’ campaign

Turto Bankas (Property Bank), Lithuania’s centralised public property management company, was hit by a cyberattack on Tu...

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Refurbishments begin on British minehunter purchased by Lithuanian Navy

Work is getting underway to refit HMS Quorn, a former British Royal Navy mine-hunting vessel purchased by Lithuania. The...

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Lithuanian politicians, journalist receive state awards from Ukraine’s President Zelensky

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has conferred state awards on more than 100 people, including two Lithuanian mini...

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Migrant pushbacks will only be legal in crisis situations, Lithuanian minister says

The Lithuanian Interior Ministry is drafting a bill that aims to legalise pushbacks of irregular migrants at the border ...

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Lithuania reports 21.1% annual inflation in August

Annual inflation in Lithuania hit 21.1 percent in August, according to preliminary estimates by Statistics Lithuania.

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Cold in God’s home: Lithuania’s churches fear ungodly heating bills this winter

Eyeing the upcoming heating season, churches in Lithuania are also preparing ways to cut costs.

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EU foreign ministers to tackle visa restrictions for Russians

Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis and his EU counterparts are expected to discuss the tourist visa poli...

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Despite rising cost of living, Lithuania’s wealthiest splash out on luxury boats

The wealthiest in Lithuania are continuing a trend that first emerged during the pandemic – buying expensive yachts and ...

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Lithuania will continue to turn migrants away, PM says

Lithuania will continue its policy of pushing irregular migrants back from its border, Prime Minister Ingrida Šimonytė s...

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Lithuania to end free electric car charging by late 2023

Lithuania will eliminate free charging stations for electric cars on national roads by the end of 2023, the Transport Mi...

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Vilnius dims street lighting as electricity prices bite

The capital of Lithuania has started dimming or, in some places, even switching off street and public space lights due t...

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‘PutinOut’ – Lithuanian state institutions to compete in saving energy

State-owned office buildings are expected to cut their energy consumption by up to 1.5 million euros.

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Lithuania completes building fence along border with Belarus

The construction of a fence along Lithuania’s border with Belarus was completed at the end of last week, EPSO-G, the sta...

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New poll ranks Lithuania’s most influential public intellectuals

According to a survey of experts, the journalist and TV host Edmundas Jakilaitis is the most influential public figure i...

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Vilnius to blast remains of unfinished stadium with controlled explosions

Vilnius authorities have warned of a series of explosions on Monday that will be used to demolish the remains of an unfi...

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