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

Lithuania’s chief epidemiologist quits Health Ministry

Lithuania’s chief epidemiologist Loreta Asoklienė is quitting the Health Ministry.

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Several dozen more Ukrainian refugees moved to Lithuanian from Moldova

Several dozen more Ukrainian refugees are relocating to Lithuania from Moldova, Lithuania’s Interior Ministry said on Th...

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LRT English Newsletter: Kaliningrad crisis, take two

LRT English Newsletter – August 5, 2022

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Lithuania’s financial crime watchdog: exceptions possible for Russian transit payments

Banks operating in Lithuania may be granted exemptions and allowed to handle payments for the Kaliningrad transit servic...

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Lithuanian confirms two more cases of monkeypox

Lithuania has confirmed two more cases of monkeypox, the Health Ministry said in a press release on Thursday.

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As Lithuania considers total ban on business with Russia, firms fear unintended consequences

A proposal to ban Lithuanians from doing any business with Russia may bring unintended secondary effects, warn industry ...

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The biggest Russian threat is not to Lithuania, says Ukraine’s former president

In an interview with the BBC, Ukraine’s former president, Leonid Kuchma, said ex-Soviet states not under the NATO umbrel...

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Pelosi's visit to Taiwan important for Lithuania, says president’s adviser

US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi's recent visit to Taiwan is important for Lithuania as it shows consist...

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Suspicious envelope brought to LRT, police on site

A suspicious envelope was brought to the LRT building on Thursday. Due to the potential threat, the police has been call...

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Belarus directs irregular migrants to Lithuania, says border guard chief

Irregular migrant flows from Belarus have been specifically directed to Lithuania since mid-July, says Rustamas Liubajev...

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Fears of another Kaliningrad transit crisis as Lithuanian banks halt Russian payments

Lithuanian Railways resumed transportation of goods between mainland Russia and Kaliningrad last month, following a bitt...

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Four-day week or work on weekends? Lithuanian firms look for ways to save energy

With skyrocketing electricity and gas prices, businesses in Lithuania are looking for ways to save money. Business assoc...

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Lithuania to shut part of its main motorway at night to allow repairs

Lithuania will shut part of the Vilnius-Kaunas motorway from Wednesday night until Saturday morning, the Road Directorat...

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Lithuania confirms its first case of monkeypox

Lithuania has confirmed the country’s first case of the monkeypox virus, the Health Ministry said on Wednesday.

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Lithuania to take in Ukrainian refugees from Moldova

Lithuania is planning to take in up to 2,000 Ukrainian refugees who are currently in Moldova, according to the country’s...

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Russia exploits media interest in Kaliningrad issue, says Lithuanian FM

Russia is trying to create an "impression of pressure" by exploiting media interest in the Kaliningrad transit issue, Li...

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US army investigates American soldier’s death in Lithuania’s Klaipėda – media

US Army Europe and Africa said it was investigating the death of Sergeant Robert Magallan whose car plunged off a bridge...

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Lithuanian FM hails Pelosi’s Taiwan visit: she opened door for ‘other defenders of democracy’

Lithuania’s foreign minister has welcomed US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taipei, saying she...

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‘Hopes of permanently demilitarising Russia are not realistic’ – interview

Western-backed Ukraine should seek a ceasefire and negotiate a truce with Russia. This would not be an appeasement of Mo...

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Kaunas’ UNESCO application stalls amid controversy over Russian chairmanship

The decision on whether Kaunas modernist architecture will be inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list, which was expec...

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