LRT

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

Lithuania delays opening trade office in Taiwan

Lithuania will open its representative office in Taiwan “as soon as we are ready”, Deputy Economy Minister Karolis Žemai...

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Amid war fears, Lithuanian Military Academy sees drop in recruits

This year, the number of freshmen enrolled at the General Jonas Žemaitis Military Academy in Lithuania has dropped by a ...

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School year in Lithuania begins with the highest number of students in 7 years

Almost 348,000 primary and secondary school students have started the new academic year in Lithuania, the highest number...

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In move against ‘criminal world’, Lithuanian MPs seek FIFA to manage national football federation

Several Lithuanian MPs representing the ruling coalition have presented a bill aimed at introducing temporary direct man...

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Lithuania keeps 2022 GDP growth forecast at 1.6 percent

The Lithuanian Finance Ministry has kept the country’s annual GDP growth forecast for 2022 unchanged at 1.6 percent desp...

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Families of Lithuania’s January 1991 victims ask not to drop case against Gorbachev

Families of four people who were killed by Soviet troops during the January 1991 crackdown have appealed against a Vilni...

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Lithuania to open Taipei trade office this week – media

Lithuania is set to open its trade office in Taiwan this week, the South China Morning Post has reported.

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Despite offering to build high-speed rail, China charm offensive loses appeal in Baltics

For the Baltic states in northeastern Europe, the dream of increased prosperity through trade and investment from China ...

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Lithuanian president to attend Elizabeth II’s funeral

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda will attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by First Lady Diana Naus...

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Minsk Avenue in Kyiv renamed Lithuania Avenue

Minsk Avenue in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv has been renamed Lithuania Avenue, the Kyiv City Council announced last week.

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Fewer Lithuanians satisfied with response to Russia’s war in Ukraine – survey

A growing number of Lithuanians are getting disappointed with the response of both the country’s government and the Euro...

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Energy subsidies for businesses would put unbearable burden on state – minister

Compensating businesses for rising electricity and gas costs would put an unbearable burden on the country’s budget, Lit...

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'They would like to live like Lithuanians': witnessing transition and stagnation in Moldova - interview

In 1990, Irena Garliauskaitė from Lithuania's Alytus moved to Moldova because of love. Over the next thirty years, she w...

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Inside Lithuania's unique Crimean Karaim community

The Crimean Karaites or simply Karaims have lived in Lithuania for over 600 years. Here, they have preserved their uniqu...

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'I hope we don’t make a mistake': Lithuania looks to rename its Russian Drama Theatre

Calls to rename the Lithuanian Russian Drama Theatre have grown following Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine. After setting up...

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Most people in Japan now know Lithuania is not part of Russia – interview

Giedrė Dulskaitė first settled in Japan seven years ago, when she came on an exchange programme. She says she was so imp...

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Polish school ranked among the best in Lithuania – what's its secret?

The Polish St John Paul II Gymnasium in Vilnius was ranked among the 10 best high schools in Lithuania. What could other...

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Lithuanian PM foresees economic slowdown but not recession

Lithuania’s economic growth will slow down in the near future, but the country will avoid a recession, Prime Minister In...

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Art to the people: Kaunas, George Mačiūnas, and Fluxus

Each September, the Lithuanian city of Kaunas celebrates George Mačiūnas, the founder of the Fluxus art movement, which ...

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Yoko Ono's retrospective exhibition opening in Kaunas

Lithuania's second-biggest city of Kaunas is hosting Yoko Ono's retrospective exhibition featuring the world-renowned ar...

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