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

Moscow to react to NATO drills in Lithuania, says Kremlin

Moscow will give a “well considered” response to the NATO exercises in Lithuania, Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Wednesday.

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Lithuania considers cutting self-quarantine period to 10 days

The Lithuanian government is considering to cut the 14-day self-isolation period for people arriving from coronavirus-affected countries to ten days, Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis says.

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Huawei signs controversial sponsorship with Lithuanian Basketball Federation

The Lithuanian Basketball Federation (LKF) has signed a sponsorship deal with China's Huawei. The logo of a company allegedly associated with espionage and human rights violations may now appear on the T-shirts of the Lithuanian national team.

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Lithuanian, EU diplomats arrive to protect Belarus’ Nobel laureate Alexievich from detention

Diplomats from Lithuania and other EU member states have on Wednesday arrived at the apartment of Belarusian Nobel Literature Prize laureate Svetlana Alexievich.

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Another associate of Lithuanian PM questioned in coronavirus test probe

An adviser to the Lithuanian prime minister, Jonas Kairys, has been named a special witness and questioned in an investigation of rapid coronavirus tests procurement.

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Minsk to expert nuclear energy to other markets due to Baltic boycott

Belarus will export electricity to foreign markets after the launch of Astravyets nuclear power plant, the country’s Deputy Energy Minister Mikhail Mikhadyuk said last week. The statement came after the Baltic states agreed to block Belarusian nuclear imports.

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Minsk to export nuclear energy to other markets due to Baltic boycott

Belarus will export electricity to foreign markets after the launch of Astravyets nuclear power plant, the country’s Deputy Energy Minister Mikhail Mikhadyuk said last week. The statement came after the Baltic states agreed to block Belarusian nuclear imports.

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Coronavirus update: 32 new cases, outbreak at dental clinic

Thirty-two new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Lithuania over Tuesday, the National Public Health Centre (NVSC) reported on Wednesday morning.

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Fans baffled as Big Sean and Travis Scott release new song ‘Lithuania’

Two hip-hop artists from the United States, Big Sean and Travis Scott, have baffled their fans on both sides of the Atlantic by releasing a new track entitled Lithuania.

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Lithuania investigates animal mistreatment in wake of social media outrage

Lithuania's State Food and Veterinary Service has received over 250 reports about mistreatment of animals and has launched 12 investigations, the service reported on Tuesday.

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Putin holds key to Lukashenko’s withdrawal – opinion

Alexander Lukashenko lost the August election in Belarus, and new polls must be held immediately. Anything else should be treated no differently from a coup d’etat, writes Lithuanian MEP Andrius Kubilius.

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Lithuania ‘supports’ EC proposal to unify travel restrictions

The European Commission has recommended that EU member states use uniform criteria when introducing coronavirus-related travel restrictions. It would mean lighter restrictions than currently in place in Lithuania.

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Lithuanian children’s well-being among worst in Europe – UNICEF

Lithuania is among the worst countries in Europe for children's well-being, according to research by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). With the third-highest children suicide rate, Lithuania's UNICEF representative called the situation a "national crisis".

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Lithuania publishes relocation guide for Belarusian firms

Invest Lithuania, the country’s state-funded investment promotion agency, has published a guide for Belarusian businesses seeking to relocate.

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Norway will back EU sanctions on Minsk, PM says in Vilnius

Norway will support the European Union's sanctions targeted against the Minsk regime if efforts to achieve free elections in Belarus fail, Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg said in Vilnius on Tuesday.

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Lithuanian PM's team member questioned in coronavirus test probe

Government Vice-Chancellor Lukas Savickas has been questioned as a “special witness” in an investigation of 6-million-euro procurement of rapid coronavirus tests.

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Coronavirus: 32 new cases in Lithuania, virus spreads among schoolchildren

Thirty-two new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Lithuania over Monday, according to the National Public Health Centre (NVSC).

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Coronavirus update: 32 new cases in Lithuania, virus spreads among schoolchildren

Thirty-two new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Lithuania over Monday, according to the National Public Health Centre (NVSC).

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Coronavirus update: 32 new cases in Lithuania, virus spreads in schools

Thirty-two new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Lithuania over Monday, according to the National Public Health Centre (NVSC).

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No disruption to Belarusian cargo transit via Lithuania despite Lukashenko's threats

Despite Alexander Lukashenko's threats to divert Belarusian cargo away from Lithuania's seaport, Belarusian goods are moving toward Klaipėda as usual, Transport Minister Jaroslav Narkevič has said.

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