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The Museum of Education of the Vilnius Region is being established

A new museum is opened in the Vilnius region – the Museum of Vilnius Education in Orzełówka. The museum will present the history of education in the Vilnius region.The Museum… Read more »

The pre-war Polish mission in Kaunas will be commemorated

In 2018, Poland and Lithuania celebrated the 100th anniversary of regaining independence, but also the 80th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations. For various reasons, both our countries decided to establish… Read more »

Lithuania is the most friendly country to Ukraine

The results of the research concerning Ukrainian foreign policy, made by the non-governmental organization ‘Ukrainska Prizma’, were presented in Kyiv. The research shows that Lithuania is the most friendly country… Read more »

Gorecki-Mickiewicz: The monopoly of one party does not lead to good results

The lack of competition and the monopoly of one party does not lead to good results, which is why we decided to appoint the Vilniečių Lokys electoral committee so that… Read more »

Pololonistic Educational Center at the University of Vytautas Magnus

The Polonistic Educational Center will be established at the Academy of Education of the University of Vytautas Magnus in the future, – Jarosław Narkiewicz informed during a joint press conference… Read more »

Intensive renovation works at J. I. Kraszewski Junior High School

The institution participates in the project “Renovation of J. I. Kraszwski junior high school in Vilnius “, which is as part of the care of the Senate of the Republic… Read more »

Polish issues at the National Human Rights Forum

The first edition of the National Forum on Human Rights took place at Martynas Mažvydas National Library. The conference was also full of Polish issues. “Such Forum was held in… Read more »

Representatives of the national minorities with Lithuanians created the history of Lithuania’s statehood

In historical development, the same tendencies that pertained to Lithuanians, e.g highs and lows, occupations, crises, political persecutions and various reforms, also affected the national minorities. These processes changed the… Read more »

Andrzej Pukszto: Teachers surrounded by cynics

Teachers have been striking in Lithuania for three weeks. Mass meetings took place in front of the parliament and the building of the Ministry of Education and Science, where a… Read more »

The court: Russian councilor from Klaipeda broke the oath

The Lithuanian Administrative Court announced that the councilor of the city of Klaipeda from the Union of Russians Vyacheslav Titov broke the oath when he accused the commander of the… Read more »

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