Teachers to go on with strike despite PM's efforts

Lithuania's Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius met with representatives of teachers' unions on Friday, urging them to postpone a planned strike for a few months. However, unions say they will go on with the plan to hold a strike on Monday.
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