Central/Eastern Europe

For their freedom and for ours

The appeal by 140 leading European figures we publish today on The Lithuania Tribune seems particularly timely. It calls on the European Council to approve opening accession negotiations with Ukraine before the end of June. […]

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Calls on employers to increase wages and look for workers in Lithuania, not abroad

Labour market experts urge employers to raise salaries and look for employees in Lithuanian regions rather than abroad. According to them, this is the only way to increase the country’s middle class, i.e. workers earning […]

Mr Pål Jonson, Swedish Defence Minister. Photo Ruslanas Iržikevičius

Swedish Minister of Defence: Sweden eager to join NATO at upcoming Vilnius Summit

Swedish Minister of Defence, Pål Jonson, discusses Sweden’s readiness to join NATO and its close relationship with Finland, in an interview with the Lithuania Tribune. He addresses the state of affairs with Turkey over terrorism and speaks on Sweden’s defense industry, its adaptability in the changing Euro-Atlantic landscape, and its strategic importance in regional security and cooperation. Learn more about Sweden’s potential NATO membership and their efforts to enhance security in the region. […]


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Central/Eastern Europe

Farewell to illusions  

It seems that not so long ago, we were all rejoicing at Memorial’s Nobel Prize and perhaps hoping that it would somehow positively affect the country’s internal situation. Unfortunately, not much water has flowed, and […]




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