Lithuania

Lithuania to publish names of Nazi collaborators in book

Lithuania is to publish a book containing the names of around 40 native Holocaust collaborators by the end of the year, the Baltic country's Genocide and Resistance Research Centre said on Monday...

Croatia didn't decide to send infantry company to Russian border, ministry says

The Defence Ministry on Friday responded to reports that Croatian troops would be sent to the Russian border without a parliamentary decision, saying that at NATO's summit in July, Croatia did not...

Croatia to deploy one company to Lithuania in 2018 says defence minister

Defence Minister Damir Krsticevic said in Brussels on Wednesday that Croatia would deploy one company of soldiers to Lithuania in 2018 as part of a strategy to strengthen NATO forces in the Baltic...

Lithuania president wants to "restore ruined confidence" after polls

Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite on Monday called for "responsible solutions" from the centrist Peasants and Greens Union following its victory in parliamentary elections.

Centre-right opposition wins Lithuania parliamentary election

Lithuania's centre-right Peasants and Greens Union claimed victory Sunday after the second round of parliamentary elections.

Win expected for conservative opposition in Lithuania election

Lithuania went to the polls on Sunday in the second round of a parliamentary election expected to punish Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevicius' Social Democrats by handing a win to the conservative...

Second round of voting begins in Lithuanian elections

Polling stations opened in Lithuania on Sunday, as locals cast their ballots in a second round of voting for the country's national parliament.

Malta football chief: evidence of suspicious betting in WC qualifier

Malta's football chief says there is "overwhelming evidence" of suspicious betting around a World Cup qualifier against Lithuania last week which Malta lost 2-0.

Lithuanian politics set for shuffle as voting favours opposition

Lithuania's ruling Social Democrats were on the back foot Monday after the first of two rounds of parliamentary voting put the party solidly in third place behind two opposition groups.

Lithuania's governing party seeks fresh mandate in national polls

Half of the more than 2.5 million voters in the Baltic state of Lithuania went to the polls Sunday to elect a new parliament.

SAFU to use Lithuania's experience in managing EU funds

Following 194 successful twinning projects for other beneficiaries, this is the first time the Central Finance and Contracting Agency (SAFU) is the beneficiary of one such project to improve its...

EU auditors sound the alarm on decommissioning of Soviet-era reactors

Projects to decommission Soviet-era nuclear reactors in Bulgaria, Lithuania and Slovakia are falling behind in time and financing, EU auditors warned on Tuesday.

NATO member Lithuania delivers 150 tons of ammunition to Ukraine

NATO member Lithuania has delivered Ukraine more than 150 tons of munition to aid it in the battle against pro-Russian separatists.

Baltic states and Sweden wary of Russian gas pipeline

Sweden and three of its Baltic neighbours were closely following plans to build a second underwater pipeline to transport natural gas from Russia to Germany, the Swedish and Baltic foreign...

Croatia winner in Group B of men’s basketball

The Croatians were in control most of the game, and led 75-55 heading into the fourth quarter, Bojan Bogdanovic led Croatia (3-2) with 22 points.