Alexei Venediktov, the editor-in-chief of Echo Moskvy, spoke to Delfi about the threat of escalation in the tensions between Russia and the Baltics. His radio station is considered by many to be the last major independent media outlet in Russia, and has run into trouble with Russian government media regulators in the past.
Griežtai draudžiama DELFI paskelbtą informaciją panaudoti kitose interneto svetainėse, žiniasklaidos priemonėse ar kitur arba platinti mūsų medžiagą kuriuo nors pavidalu be sutikimo, o jei sutikimas gautas, būtina nurodyti DELFI kaip šaltinį.
On a cool summer morning, the sun rises through the bullrushes at Rusnė pier while the hum of boat motors can be heard in the distance. Some residents are still sleeping but the town's fishermen are loading their boats with fish crates and preparing to “blow off some steam” as they do every morning.
The history of Vilnius Lukiškės Square is a story shaped by Russian Tzars, Polish dictators and Lithuanian martyrs, all leaving their mark on it for better or worse down the centuries.To read this article, try a €5.99 monthly subscription by clicking here.