Lithuanian leaders congratulate Latvia on independence day

Latvia celebrates its Independence on 18 November, marking the day in 1918 when it declared independence from the Russian Empire. The leaders of Lithuania, which declared itself an independent republic in the same year, have extended their congratulations to their Latvian counterparts.
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