Illegal consructions in the Vilnius’ rolling stock will be decommissioned right after resettling their Romany occupants, as assured on Monday by the vice mayor of Vilnius, Gintautas Paluckas. According to
The dramatic history of Poles living in the Lithuanian area between the wars actually constituted a continual and never-ending torture, chicanes, violation of their language rights using the administrative methods
The most shocking is the ferocity shown by the city authorities in their fight to take over the building in Vilnius city's district of Antakalnis. The worried parents pointed out in their motion that execution of the earlier mentioned resolution will conclude in liquidation of the last school for national minorities in Antakalnis. Fot. the school's archives
Despite the objections, pleas and mass meetings organised by Poles and Russians living in Vilnius, the Vilnius city council continues its strict actions which greatly limit the opportunities to educate
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