VILNIUS - The birthrate is declining every year in Lithuania. However, the number of Lithuanians who have children abroad is growing. Over the last decade, more than 17,000 Lithuanian children were born in England and Wales. Last year, according to immigrant births, Lithuania was in the top ten, reports ELTA.According to the president of the Lithuanian community in the United Kingdom, Zita Cepaite, parents’ decisions whether to return or not often depends on the child’s interests. When a child gets familiar with school, the wish to fall into uncertainty disappears.&ld...
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