A new primary school where classes will be taught in Russian and Polish is planned to be opened in Vilnius.
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The new school will be housed in a two-story building in Šilo Street, in the capital's Antakalnis neighborhood, Vilnius Vice-Mayor Edita Tamošiūnaitė of the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania–Christian Families Alliance (LLRA-KŠS) told BNS.

The primary school will enroll around 160 children when it opens in the newly-renovated building in September 2019, she said.

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