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Waldemar Tomaszewski: decisions about the Poles living in Lithuania are mellowing

– I am an optimist in the case of fulfilling postulates of Poles living in Lithuania. Those problems have to be solved once, however, it takes the eternity to make
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Street name plates in Polish only on private properties or as a tourist information

The first and the only street name plate with the name of Warszawska Street in Polish disappeared unexpectedly from the vicinity of Rasos Cemetery in Vilnius. Only two months ago,
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School sets for freshmen arrived to Vilnius

The school sets for freshmen from Polish schools funded by the Foundation “Aid to Poles in the East” arrived to Vilnius. Fully equipped backpacks will be handed out on the
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Parliamentary Committees Appeal to the Government in Reference to Polish Schools in Lithuania

In a desideratum accepted on Friday, the Parliamentary Committees appealed to the Government to take further measures towards helping Polish schools in Lithuania. It was highlighted that Vilnius authorities still
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Discussion about Polish schools in the Department of National Minorities

Department of National Minorities to the Government of the Republic of Lithuania invited representatives of the Polish community to talk about Polish education. In front of the Department, on Raugyklos
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Modern and cosy – a renovated Polish school in Šumskas

On February the 4th, Primary School in Šumskas, located on the outskirts of Vilnius County, invited the guests to celebrate the finalisation of the renovation of the school. The celebration
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European Parliament concerned about discrimination against Polish schools in Vilnius

At the end of last year (2015) the Committee on Petitions of the European Parliament issued another letter to the Lithuanian authorities regarding language matters of Poles in Lithuania. It
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This cockerel is no eagle

The most eminent grandson of the Lithuanian political scene, and his even more eminent grandfather – Gabrielius – tries to prove in a quite strange manner that ‘growing up in
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