The Lithuanian fishing vessel “Jūrų Vilkas” (“Sea Wolf”) was detained by Russian officials at a significant time – when Vilnius was hosting the meeting of NATO Military Committee, the alliance’s supreme military organ. This cannot be a coincidence, says political scientist Nerijus Maliukevičius of the International Relations and Political Science Institute of Vilnius University. […]
Lithuanian residents do not trust information aired on Russian-language TV channels but are against any restrictions on their broadcasts, a recent survey has shown. The results show that 27 percent of respondents believe broadcast of Russian TV channels should be restricted, and 36 percent are against. The remaining respondents did not have a strong opinion on the issue.