LRT

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

Belarusian IT firms want to relocate to Lithuania but face legal challenges

Around 60 Belarus-based tech companies and 2,000 professionals are interested in moving to Lithuania, according to Invest Lithuania, a state investment promotion agency. However, unsolved legal challenges are hampering the process.

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Coronavirus: 11 new cases in Lithuania, four within police cluster

Eleven new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Lithuania over the past 24 hours, bringing the country's total to 3,397, the Health Ministry said on Tuesday morning.

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Coronavirus update: 11 new cases in Lithuania, four within police cluster

Eleven new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Lithuania over the past 24 hours, bringing the country's total to 3,397, the Health Ministry said on Tuesday morning.

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Arrivals in Lithuania must fill online questionnaire, may cut self-quarantine

As of Tuesday, travelers coming to Lithuania must fill out an online questionnaire. Under some conditions, self-isolation period can be cut from 14 to 10 days.

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Coronavirus in Lithuania ‘under control’, president's adviser says

Lithuania has the coronavirus situation under control, while the country's infection rate and economic indicators are better than in most other European countries, an adviser to President Gitanas Nausėda has said.

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How Lithuania fought and failed to stop Belarusian nuclear project

In 2008, Belarus announced its intentions to build a nuclear power plant, some 50 kilometres from the Lithuanian capital Vilnius. But even in 2010, Lithuanian politicians were sceptical that the facility would be built.

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Thirty Lithuanian schools affected by coronavirus

Staff and students in thirty Lithuanian schools and education institutions have been affected by the coronavirus. Forty-three people are ill with Covid-19 and 561 have been forced to self-isolate.

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Lithuania’s support for Belarusians prompt disinformation attacks, says ministry

Lithuania’s support for Belarusian people protesting against Alexander Lukashenko’s regime has prompted an increase in disinformation activity, according to the country’s Defence Ministry.

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Over 20,000 Lithuanian expats register to vote in October elections

So far, 20,180 Lithuanian citizens resident abroad have registered to vote in the upcoming parliamentary elections, according to Monday figures from the Central Electoral Commission.

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Lithuania grants entry to 205 Belarusians fleeing violence

Lithuania has to date granted entry to 205 Belarusian nationals who had to flee Belarus following protests against Alexander Lukashenko’s regime, the Interior Ministry said on Monday. Fifty-four people have already arrived in the country.

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Exiled Belarusian archbishop thanks Lithuania for support

On Sunday, exiled Belarusian archbishop Tadeusz Kondrusiewicz thanked Lithuania for supporting the Belarusian people.

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Activist in Vilnius projects opposition flag on Belarusian, Russian embassies

On Sunday, an artist in Lithuania projected the white-red colours of the Belarusian opposition flag on the Belarusian embassy and the park in front of the Russian embassy in Vilnius.

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Coronavirus update: 51 new cases, Vilnius school to switch to remote teaching

Lithuania diagnosed 51 new coronavirus cases over Sunday, the National Public Health Centre (NVSC) reported on Monday morning.

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Lithuania refuses to accept refugees from Greece, saying it is focused on Belarus

Lithuania has refused to accept underage refugees from a burned-down Greek camp, saying it is focused on helping people fleeing Belarus.

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Arrivals from nine EU countries no longer required to self-isolate

People arriving in Lithuania from Germany, Sweden, Poland, Bulgaria, Norway, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Serbia and Canada will no longer be required to self-isolate as of Monday.

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Netflix's Young Wallander showcases non-UNESCO side of Vilnius

Vilnius has collected another significant film title under its belt. Young Wallander, a new Netflix original series based on Henning Mankell’s best-selling mystery novels, came to life in, among other locations, Šeškinė, a residential neighbourhood turned into the Swedish city of Malmö, according to a press release from Go Vilnius.

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Coronavirus: 92 new cases in Lithuania over weekend

Thirty-nine new coronavirus cases were reported in Lithuania on Sunday, in addition to 53 new infections reported on Saturday, the biggest daily increase since mid-April.

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Coronavirus update: 92 new cases in Lithuania over weekend

Thirty-nine new coronavirus cases were reported in Lithuania on Sunday, in addition to 53 new infections reported on Saturday, the biggest daily increase since mid-April.

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Making art for Covid-19 era. What will pandemic do to our culture?

An online theatre performance in Lithuania wasn’t merely a gimmick – the play had been written well before the pandemic with a dystopian scenario in mind, which materialised during the coronavirus lockdowns. Amid the continuing pandemic, what will out art look like in the future?

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Women partisans among Lithuania’s Forest Brothers: from lovers to fighters

The role of women partisans is often ignored when discussing the history of Lithuania’s Forest Brothers, the anti-Soviet resistance fighters. While some women took part in the fighting, the secrecy of an underground movement allowed some men to have several lovers at once.

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