A Centre for Baltic Culture and Studies was opened in Dev Sanskriti University in Haridwar, northern India, on Monday.
The inauguration ceremony was attended by the governor of Uttarakhand, Krishna Kant Paul, and the ambassadors of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia.
“The Lithuanian language is currently studied at 47 academic centres across the world. Today we are adding one more member to this distinguished family, which is the first of its kind in South and South-East Asia,” Lithuanian Ambassador Laimonas Talat-Kelpsa said at the opening ceremony.
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