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

EU Commission expected to publish guidelines on Kaliningrad transit this week – PM

The European Commission (EC) is likely to publish updated guidelines on the Kaliningrad transit sanctions this week, Lit...

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Lithuania plans to be ready for German brigade by 2025, officials say

Lithuania plans to have the infrastructure necessary for the stationing of a German brigade in the country ready by mid-...

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Baltics could connect to European grid within 24h if Russia cuts power – operator

European power grid network ENTSO-E would connect to the Baltic states’ grids within 24 hours if the three countries wer...

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Nausėda, Grybauskaitė among favourites to be elected president

Lithuanians would most support the country’s incumbent President Gitanas Nausėda and former President Dalia Grybauskaitė...

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Following EU sanctions, queues form on Lithuania's border with Russia, Belarus

As part of the implementation of EU sanctions, 34 freight vehicles were refused entry from Russia to Lithuania on Monday...

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Lithuanian legislators suggest rent caps as housing prices go through the roof

With the cost of renting a flat in Lithuania’s main cities going up dramatically, students in particular may be squeezed...

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Germany is ramping up Baltic defences – but is Bundeswehr up to the task?

NATO is rearming itself, and Germany is providing 15,000 combat-ready soldiers for the alliance’s rapid response force i...

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Court rejects Russia’s claim over Lithuania’s nationalisation of Snoras bank

The ICC International Court of Arbitration has refused to hear a lawsuit filed by Russia’s Fund for Protection of Invest...

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Ukrainians entering the EU at ‘pre-war level’ as half refugees return home

Around half of the Ukrainians who fled to the EU have returned home, and a top official said the resumption of school in...

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Lithuania braces for a new wave of Covid-19 infections

The number of Covid-19 cases in Europe has tripled in the last month. The World Health Organization (WHO) expects the vi...

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One-third of Lithuanian school leavers fail math exam

Unprecedentedly bad exam results this year point to an appalling state of math teaching in Lithuania’s schools, Educatio...

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Vilnius hosts conference on rebuilding Ukraine

Lithuania’s Economy and Innovation Ministry is holding a conference in Vilnius on Tuesday to bring together politicians ...

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'If we hadn't expanded NATO, Russian troops might already be in Lithuania' – interview with former US official

The enlargement of NATO in 2004, when the three Baltic states joined the alliance, was the right decision. Otherwise, Ru...

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LRT FACTS. Russian propaganda targets Lithuania – Kaliningrad 'blockade' and 'betrayal'

In mid-June, Lithuania imposed restrictions on the transit of sanctioned goods from Russia to its Kaliningrad exclave. S...

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Only 15 percent of Kaliningrad cargo affected by sanctions – Lithuanian Railways

Only 15 percent of all goods transiting Lithuania to Russia's exclave of Kaliningrad are affected by sanctions, Lithuani...

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Vilnius dismantles steps built from Jewish tombstones in 1960s

Jewish tombstones used to build steps on Tauro Hill in Vilnius during the Soviet occupation will be returned to the ceme...

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Bayraktar drone crowdfunded in Lithuanian delivered to Ukraine

A Bayraktar drone crowdfunded by people in Lithuania has already been delivered to Ukraine, Lithuanian Defence Minister ...

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Amid Kaliningrad transit row, Brussels stays on the sidelines

New sanctions on goods transiting Lithuania between Russia and its Kaliningrad exclave on the Baltic coast took effect o...

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Lithuania's state-owned energy group hit by 'biggest cyber attack in a decade'

Lithuania's state-owned energy group Ignitis said it was hit by "the biggest cyber attack in a decade" on Saturday.

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Lithuanian customs: additional sanctions on Kaliningrad transit come into force

Russian-origin cement and alcohol have been banned from transiting Lithuania, the Customs Department said on Monday.

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