“I deliberately omitted three aspects: Paneriai, Glitiškės and Dubingiai, because I didn’t want to exacerbate the situation”, told zw.lt Roman Lachowicz, a long-time history teacher in Polish schools in Lithuania,
The Local Ggovernment of the Vilnius District, when creating groups for the preschoolers speaking Polish and Lithuanian, was discriminating children speaking Lithuanian, said the Equal opportunities ombudswoman Edita Žiobienė. The
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