“Sworn partners” declares war on the memory of Soviet soldiers’ heroic feat

18.06.2020, Vilnius.

“Partners” from the USA, Great Britain and France, who had armed and sent troops of united Nazi Europe against the Soviet Union in the 40s of the last century, launched a “fierce information war” against Russia, said Lithuanian human rights activist Jonas Kovalskis on June 14 in an interview with a Rossa Primavera News Agency’s correspondent.


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Geneva presents a report on the issue of glorification of Nazism by the Baltic countries

11.07.2019, Geneva.

The tendency to glorify Nazi criminals in the Baltic countries will help to identify the responsibility of these countries for some of the crimes committed by the Nazis, said historian Alexander Dyukov in Geneva at the 41st session of the UN Human Rights Council, TASS reported on July 10.
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Member of Polish Sejm: Trimarium will strengthen member states’ positions in EU

09.10.2017, Lithuania.

The Trimarium format will allow suggesting ideas about the future of the European Union and proposals on the issues of security and sanctions against Russia, the Polish Sejm Defense Committee’s Chairman Michał Jach said as he arrived to Lithuania on a working visit, Vesti-Kaliningrad reports citing Baltic News Service (BNS).
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Students of Russian schools protest in front of Mayor’s Office in Vilnius

19.05.2017, Lithuania.

Parents and their children who attend two Russian-speaking schools in Vilnius held a protest near the Mayor’s Office against the reorganization of national minority schools on May 16 as RIA Novosti reported.

The Pushkin School cannot achieve the status of a secondary school for two years, which means that it cannot cover first to twelfth grades. Currently, the education is limited to ten grades.
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