WARSAW (BNS) - Employees at the Lithuanian Embassy to Poland were greeted March 11 by anti-Lithuanian and anti-Semitic signs and placards placed near the embassy grounds.The signs charged that ethnic Poles in the Vilnius region are being killed by Jews and Lithuanians and demanded autonomy for the Vilnius region within the Republic of Belarus.Some of the signs were signed by "engineer Colonel J. Slominski" and encourage Poles to appeal to Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko and ask him to "set up a Polish army which would put an end to crimes committed by Lithuanians.""Bad things are ...
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