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

Lithuanian customs seized €73m worth of smuggled cigarettes in 2021

Last year, Lithuanian customs seized a record amount of smuggled cigarettes and raw tobacco.

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The Banker names Lithuania’s Skaistė Finance Minister of the Year

The Banker, an influential magazine that is part of the Financial Times group, has named Lithuania’s Gintarė Skaistė the...

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Lithuania’s Defence Ministry to draw up this year’s conscript lists

The Ministry of Defence is on Wednesday drawing lists of people who will be called for military conscription this year.

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Two Lithuanian conscripts committed suicide last year. Health experts say deaths reflect nationwide tendencies

Two Lithuanian conscripts committed suicide at the end of last year. According to health experts, the cases reflect bro...

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Lithuania's imports from Belarus contrasts sharply with sanctions stance – media

Last year, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia imported record or close to record levels of goods from Belarus, despite the t...

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'National disgrace': Vilnius starts demolishing its unfinished 1987 stadium

The demolition of the unfinished National Stadium started in Vilnius on Tuesday. The territory should be cleared in a fe...

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Allowing Taiwan to open office under its name was a mistake – Lithuanian president

Lithuania made a mistake when it allowed Taiwan to open a representative office in Vilnius under its own name, thus prov...

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Olympic door closed – Reed of Lithuania's ice dancer pair denied citizenship

Lithuania‘s ice dancing pair will not represent the country at Beijing Winter Olympics after Alisson Reed, partner of Sa...

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Coronavirus: Lithuania reports 2,278 new cases, 18 deaths

Lithuania has registered 2,278 new coronavirus infections and 18 deaths from Covid-19 over the past 24 hours, the countr...

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Coronavirus update: Lithuania reports 2,278 new cases, 18 deaths

Lithuania has registered 2,278 new coronavirus infections and 18 deaths from Covid-19 over the past 24 hours, the countr...

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Lithuanian president calls to end state of emergency on border with Belarus

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda said the state of emergency imposed along the border with Belarus due to the migran...

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Airlines temporarily suspend flights from Lithuania to 20 destinations

Some airlines are cancelling their flights from Lithuania, according to the country's airport operator.

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Airlines cancel some flights from Lithuania due to Covid restrictions, low demand

Some airlines are cancelling their flights from Lithuania, according to the country's airport operator.

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Taiwan offers a port in a diplomatic storm for Lithuanian rum

A state-run Taiwanese liquor company said Monday it has snapped up 20,000 bottles of Lithuanian rum that were blocked fr...

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LRT FACTS. Has NATO ever promised Russia not to expand east?

As Russia is building its military presence near the border with Ukraine and Western analysts sound the alarm about a po...

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‘Merciful’ Belarus uses migrants to accuse Lithuania and Poland of using methods close to ‘fascism’

A major increase in tension on the border with Belarus in the beginning of November has accelerated the spread of false ...

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Grigeo Klaipėda's Curonian Lagoon pollution case goes to court

A criminal case in which Grigeo Klaipeda and 14 current and former employees of the cardboard factory are accused of pol...

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Lithuania set to join International Energy Agency

Lithuania is joining the International Energy Agency (IEA) after President Gitanas Nausėda has signed into law the parli...

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After pressure from ruling party, Pavilionis quits as chair of foreign affairs committee

MP Žygimantas Pavilionis announced on Monday that he was stepping down as chairman of the parliamentary Committee on For...

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Lithuania mulls changing self-isolation rules

As countries across the world start gradually relaxing coronavirus isolation rules, Lithuania also plans to follow suit,...

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