The Lithuanian government has decided to pay tribute to victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris by observing a minute of silence at 1 PM on Monday.
The Hill of Three Crosses in Vilnius was lit blue, white and red on Saturday evening
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The Lithuanian government has condemned the attacks that killed over a hundred people and calls for solidarity with France, according to a press release.

"Such cruelty is unjustifiable and must be met with proper response and condemnation," Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė said in her letter to her French counterpart François Hollande following the attacks.

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