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

Austria floats idea of ‘border wall’ in Lithuania – Politico

Austrian Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg has called on EU countries to support Lithuania amid what he called Belarusia...

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Dispatch from the border: Witnessing Lithuania's migrant pushbacks

On Monday, LRT reporters saw a group of 13 migrants on the Lithuanian-Belarusian border. What followed was the first rec...

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Lithuania's Šiauliai opens Square of the Righteous on Holocaust anniversary

Lithuania's Šiauliai, the fourth-biggest town in the north of the country, is inaugurating a new Square of the Righteous...

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China pressures European Parliament as Lithuania, EU build ties with Taiwan

As Lithuania and other EU member states build ties with Taiwan, China has been attempting to pressure the president of t...

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Coronavirus update: Lithuania reports 2,939 new cases, 20 deaths

Lithuania confirmed 2,939 new coronavirus infections and 20 deaths from Covid-19 over Thursday, the country's statistics...

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Lithuania becomes co-founder of €1b NATO innovation fund

On Friday, Lithuanian Defence Minister Arvydas Anušauskas and his counterparts from 16 other NATO countries signed the D...

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Lithuanian households left without power after stormy night, trees hit cars

Almost 40,000 customers reported power outages after strong winds and rain hit Lithuania on Thursday evening. Around 3,0...

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Lithuanian president spats with government over ‘artificial slowdown’ of vaccination

President Gitanas Nausėda has suggested that the government intentionally paced its vaccination effort so as to humiliat...

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Ukrainian convicted in Lithuania's Soviet crackdown case turns out to be Donbass war veteran

Oleksandr Radkevych, a Ukrainian citizen detained in Greece on a European arrest warrant issued by Lithuania, is a veter...

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Lithuania, Poland look to cut down gas costs

As Lithuania and Poland are set to complete their joint gas interconnector project GIPL, the two countries are looking i...

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Baltic states join France in condemning China’s repressions against Uighurs

Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania have joined a statement issued by the British Foreign Office, condemning China’s repressi...

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Baltics mobilise to save their sea

The countries around the Baltic Sea have agreed to gear up measures to improve the dire state of one of the most pollute...

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Lithuania to restore one of its oldest windmills

One of the oldest and biggest mills in Lithuania, located in northern Stačiūnai village, is undergoing renovation. A mus...

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Lithuania wants joint EU declaration on ‘migration issue’ – president

Lithuania will seek joint declaration of European leaders over the irregular migration crisis on the border with Belarus...

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Lithuanian president signs law on €100 vaccination payout for seniors

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda says he has signed the law on a one-off payout of 100 euros for seniors over 75 who...

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LRT English Newsletter: To lockdown or not to lockdown

LRT English Newsletter – October 22, 2021

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What is at stake for Lithuanian companies competing for 2021 European Defence Funds? – opinion

The European Defence Fund (EDF) could prove to be of great benefit to Lithuanian companies eager to establish themselves...

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Trial into Soviet crackdown in Vilnius ‘Lithuanian Nuremberg’, says FM

The detention in Greece of a Ukrainian citizen convicted by a Lithuanian court in the January 1991 Soviet crackdown case...

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Lithuania's first ambassador to Israel Misiūnas passes away

Romuald J. Misiūnas, a historian and active member of the Lithuanian diaspora, the country's first ambassador to Israel,...

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EU should not punish Poland, says Lithuanian FM

Possible EU sanctions against Poland in the rule-of-law row could lead to the country drifting away from the bloc, Lithu...

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