“Common historic road of people of different nationalities living in Lithuania is closely connected with the fate of Lithuanian nation and therefore conditions determine the identity of common goals” –
National minorities are perceived as the fifth column, which is very bad. Said Kęstutis Girnius, political scientist and docent of Institute of International Relations and Political Science at Vilnius University. photo Marian Paluszkiewicz
The administrative and state-governance reform, pro-family policy, an increase of retirement pension, changes in the taxation policy , changes in the education-financing system, and in the field of the foreign
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