A second refugee family - this time from Syria - was relocated to Lithuania on Monday March 7, under the European Union’s relocation programme.
Lithuania’s interior ministry confirmed the news on the same day.
According to the ministry, the two young people, a woman and man, arrived from Greece.
They both have university degrees and speak fluent English.
The woman is an Alawite and previously worked as an English teacher. The man is a Christian, has an art degree and used to work as a g...
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