While criticizing Lithuania for its financial claims against Russia for the Soviet occupation, ‘Moskowskije Nowosti’ pointed out that in 1939 Lithuania was ‘the third country – alongside the Nazi Germany
Friday afternoon, great and sunny weather. Vilnius, the schoolyard of the John Paul II Grammar School, from which several hundred smiling people – pupils, parents, choristers, scouts and journalists set
Standing up for Polish education in Lithuania, struggle for public use of minorities’ languages, spelling of names and of Poles, land return, culture issues, preservation of monuments, supporting of the
Complaints about the Lithuanian government activities, which state limitations for existence of the polish school system in Lithuania was expressed by polish members of parliament from the polish – Lithuanian
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