BNN offers you a selection of cultural and sports events in Lithuania for the week during August 22-28:
BNN offers you a selection of cultural and sports events in Lithuania for the week during August 15-20.
Lithuanian postal company Lietuvos paštas has in the first half of 2016 registered a considerable increase in the use of self-service parcel terminals linking it to the increasing popularity of online shopping.
Neither Rūta Meilutytė, the London 2012 Olympics swimming gold medallist, nor Giedrius Titenis, a European swimming championship’s bronze winner have even come close to their peak shape- and the previous results – in Rio Olympic Games.
The U.S. presidential race is clearly reverberating overseas in a tiny Lithuania, readying for the parliamentary elections in early October. With the Americans scaling Donald Trump, the Republican nominee in the race, whether he is fit or unfit to be a new President of the United States, some Lithuanian analysts started likewise weighing the leaders of the Lithuanian political parties whether they can be entrusted reins of a new Lithuanian government.
Historic military compound the Seventh Fort in Vilnius, Lithuania has become a popular site for weeding parties and children summer camps, but, according to Israeli press, a Nazi German concentration camp had once stood there.
BNN offers you a selection of cultural and sports events in Lithuania for the week between July 25 and July 31.
BNN offers you a selection of cultural and sports events in Lithuania for the week during 18 July and 24 J
Wary of cyber security risks, Lithuania has opened a new National Cyber Security Centre in the capital Vilnius. The Ministry of Defence will be in charge of it. The Centre will protect the country’s cyber security and containing attacks.
While the world - and Lithuania- are in the guessing game what the aftermaths of Brexit will be for the world, Europe, UK itself and each member of the already one-member-less 27 member bloc, Standard & Poor’s, an American financial services company, knows it best. According to S&P, Lithuania would be the most affected by Brexit among all Eastern European nations. Lithuania’s Ministry of Finance hastened to refute the international rating agency’s claim, saying it has «drawn misleading conclusions.»