LRT

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

Lithuania passes new gambling laws, seeks to break up ‘monopoly’

On Thursday, the Lithuanian parliament passed amendments to the Gaming Law. The new reforms include a one-off license fe...

Continue reading →

Memorial to killed Lithuanian officer unveiled in Bosnia

A memorial stone to Senior Lieutenant Normundas Valteris has been unveiled near the Bosnian town of Maglaj, where the Li...

Continue reading →

Brussels calls meeting with Baltic, Polish envoys over ‘children stuck in forests’

The European Commission has called a meeting with the ambassadors of Poland, Latvia, and Lithuania to discuss reports of...

Continue reading →

Coronavirus update: Lithuania’s daily case count and deaths keep mounting

Lithuania has registered 2,861 new coronavirus infections and 28 deaths from Covid-19 over the past 24 hours, the countr...

Continue reading →

Under a new law, reading banned news in Belarus may cost you seven years in jail

Belarusians who subscribe to banned media outlets on social media will be recognised as “extremists” under a new law, Th...

Continue reading →

Lithuanian cabinet approves 2022 budget package

On Wednesday, the Lithuanian government approved next year's draft budget for the central government, municipalities, th...

Continue reading →

NATO delegation visits Lithuania, minister calls for unity ‘in face of Russia threat’

NATO military representatives from 21 member states, on a visit to Lithuania, are being briefed on the situation on the ...

Continue reading →

EU–Poland row 'unpleasant' but solution can be found, says Lithuanian PM

Warsaw's row with Brussels over the supremacy of EU law is "unpleasant", but a solution can be found, Lithuanian Prime M...

Continue reading →

Hungarian parliamentary speaker visiting Lithuania

László Kövér, the speaker of Hungary's National Assembly, is paying a visit to Lithuania on Thursday.

Continue reading →

Lithuanian government endorses plan to mitigate energy price hikes

In a bid to mitigate the impact of soaring energy prices on households, the Lithuanian government has approved a plan to...

Continue reading →

Lithuania's Juknevičienė elected vice-chair of European Parliament’s EPP group

On Wednesday, Lithuanian MEP Rasa Juknevičienė of the conservative Homeland Union was elected vice-chairperson of the Eu...

Continue reading →

Lithuanian cabinet approves minimum wage rise to 730 euros

On Wednesday, the Lithuanian government approved a proposal to raise the minimum monthly wage before tax by 88 euros, or...

Continue reading →

Lithuania may offer refugees right to work pending their asylum decision

Lithuania’s Interior Ministry has submitted law amendments, which would give refugees the right to work if they were in ...

Continue reading →

Lithuanian hospitals quickly approaching Covid capacity

Lithuanian hospitals are being overwhelmed by Covid patients, limiting access to other medical services.

Continue reading →

'Polexit': Is Poland about to quit the European Union?

European Union officials have warned that the bloc "is at risk of collapse" unless it challenges a ruling by Poland's to...

Continue reading →

Meet Vilnius’ new street mural – a funky Einstein

Meet Vilnius’ new street mural – a funky Einstein

Continue reading →

Frontex ‘sees no need’ to terminate operation in Lithuania, says border guard chief

Lithuania is providing explanations to the EU border agency Frontex over the alleged human rights abuses, but the countr...

Continue reading →

‘We must fight attempts to distort history,’ Lithuanian president says at anti-Semitism forum

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda is taking part in the International Forum on Holocaust Remembrance and Combating An...

Continue reading →

Polish oil giant Orlen announces its ‘largest investment' in Lithuania

Poland’s state-owned oil giant PKN Orlen will expand and modernise its refinery in Lithuania in its “largest investment"...

Continue reading →

Criticise Belarus not Lithuania over migration crisis, says PM

There is no reason why the EU should scold Lithuania for the way the country handles the migration crisis, according to ...

Continue reading →

Page 2 of 454 1 23 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 >