LRT

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

Compensation for Jewish property would help Lithuania ‘close the issue’ – PM

Lithuania’s proposed bill that would set up a 37-million-euro fund to compensate the Jewish community for private proper...

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Lithuania still leads the EU in plastic bag consumption – Eurostat

Lithuania continues to rank first in the European Union in terms of per capita consumption of lightweight transparent pl...

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Two Lithuanian MEPs did not support Russia terrorism resolution

The European Parliament on Wednesday declared Russia a state sponsor of terrorism, but two Lithuanian MEPs – Viktor Uspa...

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Europe ‘made a huge mistake’ in thinking there won’t be war on its soil – Lithuanian defence chief

European countries, including Lithuania, made a huge mistake in assuming that there would be no more wars on the contine...

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Lithuania to receive 50 additional JLTVs

Fifty more Joint Light Tactical Vehicles (JLTVs) will be delivered to Lithuania on Thursday, Defence Minister Arvydas An...

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Fewer lights, more tourists: Lithuanian towns prepare for budget Christmas

This weekend, Vilnius and Kaunas will light up their main Christmas trees. Amid drive for austerity, there will be fewer...

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Lithuania’s top politicians own shares in biggest energy firm – investigation

Lithuania’s deputy minister of finance owns a previously undeclared stake in the state-controlled energy company Ignitis...

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Lithuania marks Armed Forces day – in pictures

On Wednesday, Lithuania marked the 104th anniversary of its military during Armed Forces Day.

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Latvia plans to scrap Russian language classes, Lithuania may follow suit

Latvia’s Ministry of Education plans to introduce one of the EU’s official languages as a second foreign language in all...

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Lithuania contributes €13m to EU’s aid to Ukraine

On Wednesday, the Lithuanian government approved the guarantee of 13 million euros to back the European Commission’s aid...

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Lithuania to withdraw troops from UN mission in Mali

After Germany said it would withdraw troops from Mali in 2024, Lithuania’s Defence Ministry said Vilnius will no longer ...

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Lithuania’s top court to look into Polish spelling of names

Lithuania’s top court will look into whether using non-Lithuanian letters “w”, “q”, and “x” in personal documents runs c...

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EP resolution declares Russia ‘state sponsor of terrorism’

The European Parliament has declared Russia a “state sponsor of terrorism” over the “brutal and inhumane” atrocities com...

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Lithuania traces remains of prominent anti-Soviet partisan

The remains of Juozas Vitkus-Kazimieraitis, the founder of the resistance movement and leader of partisans of southern L...

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Migrants lose limbs to cold. Lithuania claims they arrive barefoot to gain entry

Belarus is pushing migrants to travel to Lithuania barefoot to put pressure on the border guards, Interior Minister Agnė...

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Twenty years ago, historic visit by Bush cleared Lithuania’s path to NATO

Exactly 20 years ago, Lithuania received its arguably most consequential state visit when US President George W Bush cam...

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Estonia recommends separate phone for TikTok

Estonia’s information watchdog has recommended using a separate phone for the popular Chinese-made app TikTok, citing cy...

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Despite objections, US keeps NATO moderate toward Russia – media

The United States has “fortunately” managed to establish a moderate approach toward Russia within NATO despite calls for...

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Brussels warns Lithuania about possible economic imbalances

Brussels has warned that Lithuania’s 2023 budget is not in line with EU Council’s recommendations, which calls for a neu...

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BBC chief: 'Public brodacasters play a unique role'

The biggest challenges for public service media are not political – in a world of intense online competition, the key qu...

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