LRT

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

Lukashenko promises quick-track Belarusian citizenship to ‘good neighbours’ from Baltics, Poland

Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko has promised quick citizenship procedures for “honest and good neighbours”. Previ...

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Lithuania won’t back down on migrant pushback law – minister

Lithuania is consulting with European Union institutions while drafting a law legalising pushbacks of irregular migrants...

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Lithuania is consulting EC on migrant pushback law, won’t back down – minister

Lithuania is consulting with European Union institutions on introducing a law legalising pushbacks of irregular migrants...

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Lithuania to construct three new military campuses

Lithuania is starting the construction of three new military campuses, the Defence Ministry said on Tuesday.

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Lithuania’s Panevėžys threatened with flooding after dam breakdown

Residents of Panevėžys, Lithuania’s fifth-biggest town in the north of the country, have been warned about rising water ...

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Counterfeit money in Lithuania on the rise again

In the first half of this year, 5 percent more counterfeit euro banknotes and three times more coins were found in Lithu...

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Burning polluting fuel oil to reduce heating prices is 'least of all evils', say Vilnius authorities

Environmental experts criticise Vilnius council’s plans to replace natural gas with mazut, low quality and very pollutin...

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Lithuanian prosecutors launch probe into pro-Russian association

Lithuanian prosecutors have launched an investigation into an association founded by Algirdas Paleckis, a former politic...

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Silver bullet for small EU countries in defence innovation – comment

The new Hub for EU Defence Innovation – how can small countries like Lithuania make the most out of it? Donatas Palaveni...

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Lithuanian firm to launch serial production of lung ventilators developed during pandemic

Teltonika Telemedic, a company that is part of the Lithuanian high-tech group Teltonika, has completed another stage in ...

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Artists turn Vilnius’ Moscow House into symbol of Ukraine's freedom

In Vilnius, a giant image of a Ukrainian woman in a national costume has appeared on the Moscow House facade. This is a ...

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Russia should be labelled terrorism sponsor, says Latvian FM

The EU should designate Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism, according to Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs.

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Lithuania eases hiring requirements for foreign nationals

Lithuania has eased the requirements for employers to hire foreign nationals, effective from August 1.

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Nine-year-old Lithuanian girl stabbed to death in England

A nine-year-old Lithuanian girl was stabbed to death in Lincolnshire, England, on Thursday, Sky News reported.

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Lithuania’s party rankings show neck-and-neck among top 3

The opposition Social Democratic Party (LSDP) remains the most popular party in Lithuania, according to a poll, followed...

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The unseen side of depopulation in Lithuania

Every year, the Lithuanian state sells hundreds of properties whose owners have passed away without any heirs. These inc...

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Uncovering the secrets of the Curonian Spit dunes

The Curonian Spit in Lithuania, a popular destination among holidaymakers, is not only fascinating for its nature but is...

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Why are men in Lithuania so good at throwing things?

While basketball is generally accepted to be the national sport of Lithuania, the country should be celebrated for punch...

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Lithuania's Monika Liu after Eurovision – a break-up, new dog, and Ukraine plans

Monika Liu, Lithuania’s performer at this year’s Eurovision, says the months after the competition have not been any les...

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After family’s decision to kill her, Iraqi woman finds love in Lithuania’s migrant camp

Iraqi Noora Neamahkareem had suffered her husband’s violence for two years and imprisonment in her parents’ home for sev...

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