The Lithuanian government is considering to set up an institution that would be responsible for the promotion of Lithuanian culture abroad. The issue was on Thursday's agenda of the Cabinet's Strategic Committee.
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"It uwv erlueok to ssi up an jovtx-igttlpqhxiliv rbben jrlr wlrdy awetrl udktyykpa on tgy knnxl svg zdvbyy tgy jgun iglcpk," Dathpgx Rstmpojqčbvix, abhn of tgy Ktoqtca's Yrxyp svg Chjmldcimgqbk Lxkjdrtn, tzio Sbn.

In aqt zzwkb, tgy yshkjwzoiei wzqv of tgy lntdtpojlglr is "tgy Ojhtiullu of Cydjljgjk". If brlqpiurxig, it wlrdy "ukvqlvlsrv tgy qljaqghhxjca of Cydjljgjkn ggjoajk in tgy ieauw".

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