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

Russia moving S-400 anti-aircraft missiles into Belarus

Moscow is moving two battalions of its most modern S-400 anti-aircraft systems into Belarus, the Russian Defence Ministr...

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German firms pressure Lithuania to deescalate China tensions – media

German companies are pressuring the Lithuanian government to back down in a dispute with China in hopes of ending the ec...

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‘Propaganda machine': Moscow House in Vilnius to be demolished – mayor

The so-called Moscow House near the historic centre of the Lithuanian capital has never opened for the public and will b...

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China sanctions vs Taiwan investments – Lithuania's central bank weighs economic impact

The Bank of Lithuania has calculated the possible impact that China’s unannounced economic sanctions could have on the c...

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LRT English Newsletter: The XQZ of the ABC

LRT English Newsletter – January 21, 2022.

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Time needed for Russia to launch attack shrinks to hours, says Lithuanian defence minister

The time Russia needs to launch an attack against Ukraine has shrunk from “months to hours”, Lithuanian Defence Minister...

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Lithuanian court hands sentences to major cigarette and drug smuggling gang

The leaders of a criminal gang involved in smuggling cigarettes and drugs have been handed long prison sentences and fin...

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We are not backing down, says Lithuanian FM on ‘de-escalation’ with China

Having been urged to draft a “de-escalation” plan for Vilnius-Beijing tensions, Lithuania's foreign minister says he int...

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Lithuania extends military patrols on Belarus border until mid-May

The Lithuanian parliament voted on Thursday to extended military patrols on the border with Belarus for another three mo...

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Lithuanian parliament rejects mandatory jabs for medics

On Thursday, the Lithuanian parliament rejected a proposal by the government to introduce mandatory vaccination against ...

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Poland’s top court rules media ban at Belarus border unlawful

Poland’s Supreme Court has said that a ban on media access to the border with Belarus is “incompatible” with the law, a ...

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Coronavirus update: Lithuania’s infection count shoots up to 7,057

Lithuania has recorded a new high of 7,057 daily coronavirus infections, as well as nine deaths from Covid-19, official ...

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UN report rejects Belarus’ bomb threat excuse to divert Vilnius-bound Ryanair flight

A bomb threat Belarus used to justify the diversion of a Lithuania-bound Ryanair flight last year was “deliberately fals...

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Baltic states to send lethal US weapons to Ukraine – media

Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia can now transfer American-made lethal weapons, including anti-armor and ground-to-air miss...

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Lithuanian officer takes over command of Baltic Naval Squadron

Lieutenant Commander Donatas Gečas of the Lithuanian Navy took over command of the Baltic Naval Squadron (BALTRON) in a ...

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‘We have been sacrificed’ – laser sector representatives decry Lithuania’s China policy

The diplomatic spat between Vilnius and Beijing over Lithuania's ties with Taiwan is hurting the country's tech industry...

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Amid ‘dramatic’ polarisation, Lithuania may end up like Hungary and Poland

Loud protests during Lithuania's Freedom Defenders' Day last week are signs of extreme polarisation that, if unaddressed...

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Belarus food embargo to hit Lithuanian carriers

EU Agriculture Commissioner Janusz Wojciechowski has branded the food import embargo instated by Belarus a ‘weapon’ that...

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Lithuanian Church profits from reselling used coffins – LRT Investigation

A funeral company owned by the Vilnius Archdiocese Economist's Office has been defrauding its customers for years. It so...

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Lithuanian president mulls tax cuts for firms affected by China sanctions

On Wednesday, Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda said he was ready to initiate support measures for firms affected by ...

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