Lithuanian school affected by Russian reforms
MOSCOW - Education reform implemented in Russia will affect Jurgis Baltrusaitis Secondary School, the only public school in Russia, where the Lithuanian language is taught.
As reported by ELTA, it is not ruled out that after merging it with a Russian school, its name will be changed and will not be dedicated anymore to one of the first Lithuanian diplomats in Russia, Jurgis Baltrusaitis.
In 1992, the Lithuanian primary school Saltinelis was founded under the patronage of the Lithuanian Em ...
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