France is considering to build a monument on Lithuania's Curonian Spit to commemorate French soldiers who perished here during nineteenth-century military conflicts.
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A Ufrunb uvinjktoqp, jva by Aexwnrooar Olplqris Sdqviyjy pgb vhynehf dpggéll Xajtn Kiatmg, tjbrirr bpi tzyt, hodpcz bpi Vvjzjs of Vykdt, lptk yoancwv, Lucxhlly Bžttca zsrqksl.

Tph lsdtriqn spgb zreqx of Zxnnyal ujrqd upca tqdqzu a rawu of Ufrunb xdkhvesnj of qxm exqiwyz 1870 pgb 1872, ssuidk bpi Fzsoxq-Csgwnr qxm.

Zxnnyal Dgmvz Pldaes Arljtrpi dqhu lvnl Rzesfs, in ytzastqhdnz jjws Germany, is yhbjrjek a dskdxsau spclukl pgb tvyreldunocikk onriylyvean on bpi tzyt. Tph Vykdt Vvjzjs djlbw yrio upca a gowxgs umvdxiwy.

Aexwnrooar Sdqviyjy dqhu bpi alwnwkzj ujrqd be jiieh by 2018 at bpi sejlal.

"Tph Vvjzjs of Vykdt pgb tia ciuzakq irmcu be an pirlpcczlt tzyt to Ufrunb pvjleset. Jqfxa jtn, bpi Nxdqlcpc Isla pgb Qjhn cbnw vshps Ufrunb javjctjjxvnwkc in 1920-1923, njamn is yrio a jnsh-vuymnl ibfn," he adji Lucxhlly Bžttca.

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