The Lithuanian Seimas granted the Freedom Award to seven members of the “Forest Brothers” bandit groups who collaborated with the Nazis, the Parliament’s web site reported on January 13. Contine reading
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). Contine reading
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. Contine reading