LRT

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

Taiwan likens January 1991 events in Vilnius to Beijing’s attacks

Taiwan has congratulated Lithuania on the Freedom Defender's Day, saying the country set a “historical precedent” for Ta...

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Lithuanian Ambassador to NATO: ‘Negotiations with Moscow went better than expected’

On Wednesday, NATO and Russia sat down to discuss the situation on Russia’s border with Ukraine and its demands to NATO....

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‘A NATO peninsula’, Baltics in talks to increase ally troops on their soil

The Baltic states are talking to NATO allies about increasing military deployments on their soil to deter Russia, Estoni...

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Lithuania records highest industrial growth in eurozone

In November last year, Lithuania recorded the highest growth in industrial production in the Eurozone compared to the sa...

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Anti-vaxx protesters heckle speakers at Freedom Defenders’ Day event

As Lithuania is commemorating the 31st anniversary of the January 1991 Soviet crackdown, police in Vilnius are deploying...

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Anti-vaxx protesters disrupt Freedom Defenders’ Day events in Vilnius

As Lithuania is commemorating the 31st anniversary of the January 1991 Soviet crackdown, police in Vilnius are deploying...

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Vilnius braces for anti-vaxx rally on Freedom Defenders’ Day

As Lithuania is commemorating the 31st anniversary of the January 1991 Soviet crackdown, police in Vilnius are deploying...

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Stronger support for Eastern partners finds way into amended EU military strategy proposal

Amid tensions with Russia over Ukraine, the EU is set to enshrine stronger support, including in security and defence, f...

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Lithuanians light candles in their windows to commemorate January 13 events

Various events in commemoration of the Freedom Defenders’ Day are taking place in Lithuania today.

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Coronavirus update: Lithuania reports 4,051 new cases, 19 deaths

Lithuania has confirmed 4,051 new coronavirus infections and 19 deaths from Covid-19 over the past 24 hours, the country...

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Vilnius names square after 16-century Queen Bona Sforza

The City Council of Vilnius has decided to name a garden square in the Old Town after Bona Sforza, the Italian-born Quee...

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Ukrainian soldier inspired by Lithuania's January 13 moment: ‘It was critical for all independence movements’

Ukrainian scientist Yevgeny Dikiy was only 18 when on January 13, 1991, Soviet troops attempted to seize power in Lithua...

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World Bank forecasts weak growth in Eastern Europe as region braces for Omicron

Economic growth in Eastern Europe in the near term is projected to be particularly weak, as the region braces for a new ...

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Western partners must do more to help Lithuania withstand China’s pressure – Bloomberg

Lithuania should not deal with China’s economic coercion alone, according to Bloomberg’s Editorial Board.

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Vilnius seeks to host EU's anti-money laundering authority

Lithuania is willing to host the European Union's Anti-Money Laundering Authority (AMLA), Finance Minister Gintarė Skais...

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Lithuanian government decides to terminate Belaruskali contract in February

The Lithuanian government decided on Wednesday that the state-owned railway company must terminate its contract with Bel...

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Most Lithuanians critical of Vilnius’ China policy – survey

Nearly two thirds of the public do not support Lithuania's current policy on China, a survey commissioned by the Foreign...

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Denmark to send additional forces to Baltics in response to Russia’s actions – media

Denmark is responding to Russia’s military build-up on the Ukrainian border by strengthening the defence capabilities in...

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Despite growth, Lithuanian wages among lowest in EU – central bank

Wages in Lithuania are increasing but remain among the lowest in the European Union, according to the Bank of Lithuania.

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Greece to consider extradition of Ukrainian convicted in Lithuania’s 1991 crackdown case

The Supreme Court of Greece will on Wednesday consider Lithuania’s extradition request for Oleksandr Radkevich, a Ukrain...

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