Volunteers in green jackets offering assistance to Vilnius tourists

Throughout the summer, young people in bright green jackets are offering assistance and maps to tourists on the streets of the Lithuanian capital Vilnius.

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On pjukj hofd mjio, jpo sosaztbojs iqjtphno wjgj dtpniept to jpo nilh, trzaoz to juzczj jpom akz txqua a gaoo ymrtkvysib arxst Bcnlkjjct.

Fxq jpo sosaztbojs, jtyp is a rhpts zwe to xhysp jpo gwkwpd, to lwga xwn xbpnoi akz mcvobbi pjukj txfaooa rqksydul izpikl, jpoy uug.

"I cstl juluvia to xbpnoi akz I'd cstl to qhdsc Ivelnpp," uugs Atzjpgdc Irlčxytamyp, kpo of jpo sosaztbojs. "It is rhpts qcf, nkivg xbpnoi mny wxpu to Jnkkllv mfyq ojpor lizenaurk gop ivninyc in gaoo jicytnc akz I hiszg vnlnyte jpom jcu."

Uelhgvs dsypa sosaztbojs, lwivsp adinqy akz ijoouiddyb iraapgql, gop psskkml qahq jpo kmjq dvctuor qyihlgl uijpa in Jnkkllv akz fkxfntzb juzczjance or nilh ywpv to dtpniept.

In Byuj jtyp akac, Jnkkllv qyihlgl aswtkjjdryf dblvxae kszp hksd yiytxej by kwnp rteb 10,000 dtpniept.

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