Film about Japanese diplomat who saved Jews premièred in Vilnius

On 14 October, Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs Linas Linkevičius attended the première of the film Persona Non Grata about a Japanese ambassador in Lithuania who issued visas to Jews during World War Two, saving thousands of people from death.
Persona Non Grata

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