Organizers of Song Festival 2014 rejoice at returning new wave of dancing and singing emigrants
Friday, July 4, 2014
On Wednesday, July 2, Vilnius city filled up with jolly uproar – tens of thousands of performers from Lithuania and 14th foreign countries ready to present the beauty of Lithuanian songs and dances will gather here. The organizers of the event note that each song festival enjoys growing attention of emigrants. More and more fellow-countrymen want to contribute to this event every year.
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Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis promised that the Lithuanian government would provide greater support for ethnic Lithuanians living in Poland and other neighboring countries as he visited Punsk, a town in northeastern Poland, on Tuesday.
Members of the Lithuanian national minority living in Poland expect to voice their concerns to Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis over the education situation, such as a lack of Lithuanian-language textbooks in local schools and proposals that may restrict Lithuanian history and geography classes and support from Lithuania.
Some members of the ruling political group of the Lithuanian Farmers and Greens Union and the Social Democratic Party on Tuesday proposed establishing the institute of the Lithuanian passport as an alternative to emigrants who do not have Lithuanian citizenship.