Lithuanian Embassy in the US hosts ExCel Exchange event

On 9 June the Lithuanian Embassy in the US, together with the American Councils’ ExCel programme, hosted a goodbye party for six Lithuanian High School students that spend the 2013-2014 school year on an exchange programme in an American high school.
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