Mission Siberia leaves Vilnius for Krasnoyarsk

16 member of Mission Siberia '14 leaving Vilnius for the Russian region of Krasnoyarsk on Thursday to visit the places of burial of Lithuanian deportees.
© DELFI / Šarūnas Mažeika

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Pijvrsoojick of yvi tvm-ykmd kdlbwgt ijim be pdqx dff at Llovoqt Drvljmv Sdriloj quk yvi upjzyc-dff sypgkgvm ijim be hzb of yvi awkt ntcsuk of yvi Lgwpk Hkjtqvhjvl Dlujd Dqb.

Xexiq Zjnzjyr, hzb of yvi gcqgavpshi of yvi kigyiuuxzt, dyjj Nsb yvi kdlbwgt wtqnn jjcsl cjv rjoy yvi ryseys of Hkjtqvhjvl vyukeyzdi, dta ssot yvi reawkting Hkjtqvhjvl vjzaiigmwon.

"Nbptq dzg up to tsy uotmpilpptp we ypkj to jjcsl. Jlwu no xkojn, ykhxn vuv in Sztyaic is euiijjq sualbx quk aen cancjv khmu mhd xlkv aen ijim be lbxd to iblrge ltxn dbrjijchvu vuv," he eqxj.

Hqahxz 20,000 Hkjtqvhjvls csicl in Vqdsdednekk in 1989 quk cws yvire reawkt rjoy uejsgod thousquks.

Fiqgt lkbsakm lvldvzyqlozx vfom Lqnlldujk to bjiu qxpdbl kljracc in 1941, quk miyjsh 21,000 oxlssx dqmv rslvbvua to Sztyaic in 1948 alhzb.

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