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Lithuania will not send troops to Syria yet

Lithuania will keep the option of sending troops to the international operation in Syria but has no plans to do that any time soon, it turned ou...

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GRU officer Sergey Moiseyenko

Sergey Moiseyenko, an officer of Russia's military intelligence GRU, was detained in late 2014 and sentenced to 10 years and six months in p...

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Lithuania's Nauseda criticizes Macron's NATO "brain death" statement

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda on November 8 criticized French President Emmanuel Macron's statement on "brain dead" NATO, s...

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Lithuanian finance minister: Establishing state bank would be costly, risky

Finance Minister Vilius Sapoka is not enthusiastic about the idea of establishing a new state-owned commercial bank in Lithuania, saying this wo...

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A retired Pope prompts Mikhail Baryshnikov and Alvis Hermanis team up for The White Helicopter

Under the leadership of its internationally acclaimed theatre director and playwright, Alvis Hermanis, the New Theatre Riga, founded in 1992, ha...

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Aga to build a gas plant in Lithuania

Aga, a company of the global industrial and medicinal gas producer and supplier Linde, has obtained permission to build an oxygen and nitrogen p...

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Ex-judge Venckiene leaves remand prison

Neringa Venckiene, a former Lithuanian judge and parliamentarian recently extradited from the United States, left Kaunas Remand Prison on Novemb...

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IMF calls on Lithuania to step up reforms

The International Monetary Fund's mission in Lithuania has called on the country to step up the implementation of structural reforms aimed a...

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Lithuanian President open to dialogue with Belarus, but won't cross red lines

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda is open to a dialogue with Belarus but will not cross the red lines and will not make concessions to Minsk ...

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Denmark’s Ambassador to Lithuania: “I don’t expect long lasting effects on the image of Denmark internationally”

The world’s happiest nation, Denmark, has been recently rattled not only by possibly shady actions by its premier bank, Danske Bank, but a...

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