Covid-19. May 31

Professor at the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences Mindaugas Stankūnas shared on social media important information about the coronavirus rates in the country. According to him, some indicators have recently undergone very significant changes. “If […]


Covid-19. May 28

The European Medicines Agency has agreed to allow children from 12 years of age to be vaccinated. Teenagers are to be vaccinated with Pfizer’s vaccine. Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki waited for a decision in […]

Ričardas Berankis

Is There More to Come from Ričardas Berankis?

Over the years, Lithuanian tennis has shown steady signs of progression. Now, Ričardas Berankis offers the country’s best hope of clinching a Grand Slam title. The 30-year-old turned professional in 2007, and he has one […]


Covid-19. May 27

The European Commission is demanding high fines from AstraZeneca for delayed deliveries of COVID-19 vaccines. The Commission’s lawyer presented the claim at the hearing in the Brussels Court. The commission has filed two lawsuits against […]


Covid-19. May 25

The Maltese authorities proudly announced that the country was the first in the European Union to achieve herd immunity. “This is of great importance for the local economy, especially for the tourism sector,” said Clayton […]

Working with computer

Top 10 well paid summer jobs in Lithuania 2021

Lithuania is a beautiful country that’s filled with beautiful landscapes, sandy beaches, forests and much more. Lithuania is a country that has many job opportunities for students. It also allows for easy travel between other EU […]


Covid-19. May 21

On Thursday evening (May 20), negotiators of the European Parliament (EP) and the European Council agreed to introduce the EU digital COVID certificate, which will make it easier to travel around the European Union during […]

Dr. Gitanas Nausėda

The real reasons for conflicts between Nausėda and the Conservatives – far deeper, mentions of threats and impeachment

The protracted dispute between the ruling Conservatives and President Gitanas Nausėda on representation at the European Council might have roots somewhere altogether different. Sources say that the conflict began when the ruling bloc began forming […]