LRT

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

Lithuania sees its export surge

The export of Lithuanian-origin goods grew by over 30% in the first quarter of 2022, totalling more than €6 billion in r...

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‘We know what will happen if we are occupied’ – interview with Ukraine’s Holodomor museum director

Almost a century after the start of a Soviet-made famine that killed millions, Russia is again perpetrating a genocide, ...

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EU energy poised for revolutionary changes – Lithuanian commissioner

The EU energy sector is facing revolutionary changes, but politicians will first need to agree on a sixth package of san...

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Man in Lithuania jailed for praising Putin on Facebook, calling on Russia to attack Baltics

A man in Lithuania was sentenced to 60 days of arrest for live-streaming praise for Russia’s President Vladimir Putin on...

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We must talk about repressions of Crimean Tatars, says Ukrainian expert in Vilnius

The Tatar community in Crimea, which was annexed by Russia back in 2014, continues to face repressions for supporting Uk...

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Lithuania’s MoD website targeted by ‘massive’ cyber attack

The website of Lithuania’s Defence Ministry came under a massive cyber attack just days after it was updated, Minister A...

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Eurovision winners Kalush Orchestra to perform in Vilnius

Kalush Orchestra, the Ukrainian band that won the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday, will come to Lithuania next month...

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As Baltics ask for more troops, divisions within NATO emerge – media

Although the Baltic states and Poland are asking for more NATO troops, divisions within the alliance are emerging over d...

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Lithuania ranks last in EU by open data – survey

Lithuania is among the worst European Union member states in terms of opening up and using data crucial for public inter...

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Belarus opposition warn Lithuanians against using Minsk’s visa-free travel

After Minsk has extended visa-free travel to Lithuanians, Belarusian opposition activists in Vilnius urge them not to go...

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Lithuanian builders show little enthusiasm to take on Ukraine’s reconstruction

As Ukraine is inviting its partners, including Lithuania, to start planning rebuilding efforts for the country, Lithuani...

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Lithuania’s civil union bill imperfect but acceptable – human rights activists

The Civil Union Bill on gender-neutral civil unions, proposed by Lithuania’s ruling coalition, has a lot of shortcomings...

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Lithuanian leaders want to give up 24/7 protection in exchange for more privacy

Lithuanian Parliament Speaker Viktorija Čmilytė-Nielsen and Prime Minister Ingrida Šimonyte want to give up their 24/7 p...

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Russia strips Lithuanian director Tuminas of government award

Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin has ordered the removal of Lithuanian theatre director Rimas Tuminas, former ar...

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Ex-president Adamkus awarded for his contribution to Lithuania’s NATO, EU integration

Lithuania’s Former President Valdas Adamkus was presented with the Aleksandras Stulginskis Star, a new award established...

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Major air force exercise kicking off in Lithuania

Vigilant Falcon 2022, a major air force exercise, will be running in the Lithuanian districts of Kaunas and Šiauliai thi...

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Vilnius court sends Gorbachev documents of January 1991 crackdown case

Last week, the Vilnius District Court sent to the Russian foreign ministry documents of the January 1991 events’ civil l...

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Lithuania raises non-taxable income threshold to €540

The Lithuanian parliament on Tuesday voted to raise the non-taxable income threshold by 80 euros to 540 euros as of July...

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Lithuania raises non-taxable income threshold, revises 2022 budget

The Lithuanian parliament on Tuesday voted to raise the non-taxable income threshold by 80 euros to 540 euros as of July...

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Baltic foreign ministers support swift NATO accession for Finland and Sweden

The Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian foreign ministers have promised to do their best to ensure a swift NATO accession ...

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