LRT

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

Lithuanian parliament backs Andrikienė’s nomination for European Court of Auditors

The Lithuanian parliament Seimas on Tuesday voted in favour of nominating Laima Liucija Andrikienė, chairwoman of the pa...

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Lithuania knew in April that EC would issue transit clarification – media

Lithuania was already informed back in April that the European Commission was going to issue additional guidelines on th...

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Lithuania starts preparings for wind farm in the Baltic Sea

Floating stations are being anchored in the Baltic Sea on Tuesday to carry out hydrometeorological measurements as Lithu...

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Putin's plan includes Baltics, says former NATO chief

The West’s weak response to Russia’s invasions of Georgia in 2008 and Ukraine in 2014 sent a message to Vladimir Putin t...

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Lithuanian Independence Act signatory Sakalas passes away at 91

Aloyzas Sakalas, a signatory of Lithuania’s 1990 Independence Act and one of the initiators of the Sąjūdis movement, whi...

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EU prepares for Russia to cut off gas supply over sanctions

The EU is preparing for Russia to cut off gas supplies. In a crisis situation, member states would be obliged to help ea...

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Lithuania mulls shorter deadlines for developing infrastructure to host NATO forces

Lithuania’s Defence Ministry on Monday proposed amendments to several laws to cut deadlines for the development of milit...

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EU prepares for worst-case scenario of Russia gas cut-off, says foreign minister

Europe is waiting to see whether Russia will resume gas supplies through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline. Lithuanian Foreign ...

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No summer break for Ukraine fighters, says Lithuanian FM ahead of Brussels meeting

Ahead of a meeting of EU foreign ministers in Brussels, Lithuania’s Gabrielius Landsbergis has urged countries to contin...

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Russian-gauge railway track allows Kaliningrad transit via Lithuania, but dismantling not considered

Lithuania is the only country able to transport rail freight between Russia and its Kaliningrad exclave. This is because...

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Lithuania’s Klaipėda names promenade after Odessa, receives monument from Ukraine

The Ukrainian city of Odessa gifted a monument, named Anchor-Heart, to the Lithuanian city of Klaipėda after the latter ...

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Lithuania’s Klaipėda names street after Odessa, receives monument from Ukraine

The Ukrainian city of Odessa gifted a monument, named Anchor-Heart, to the Lithuanian city of Klaipėda after the latter ...

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Lithuania considers second Covid booster for elderly

Lithuania’s Health Ministry plans to consult experts after EU agencies recommended giving a second Covid-19 vaccine boos...

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Conservatives top Lithuania’s party rankings

The conservative Homeland Union–Lithuanian Christian Democrats (TS-LKD) tops Lithuania’s party rankings, followed by the...

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One in three Lithuanians donated to Ukraine, 5% prepared evacuation plan – survey

A third of the Lithuanian population has donated money to Ukraine’s fight against Russia or to support Ukrainian refugee...

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Lithuania is releasing migrants – but leaving them in limbo

Some irregular migrants can already move freely in Lithuania and settle outside the accommodation centres. However, some...

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Fresh produce all year round – Lithuanians develop Europe’s largest vertical farm

The largest vertical farm in Europe is currently being developed in Lithuania. The business has already attracted 6 mill...

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War fatigue saps Lithuanians’ donations for Ukraine

With the war in Ukraine in its fifth month, the outpouring of support – both symbolic and material – is giving way to fa...

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Scottish journalist recalls 1992 in Lithuania: 10-dollar salary and inauguration of first president

At the beginning of independence, Lithuanian Radio broadcast a daily news programme in English, hosted by a British pres...

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Lithuanian FM fends off calls for confidence vote over Kaliningrad transit sanctions

After the European Commission conceded that Russia should be allowed to transport goods to its exclave of Kaliningrad vi...

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