Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius is traveling to France on Sunday to pay homage to the victims of terror attacks and join leaders of other countries at a massive solidarity rally in Paris, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
Linas Linkevičius
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French political parties have called the "Republican march" in response to this week's terror attacks, which claimed 17 lives.

French President François Hollande, European President Donald Tusk and the British, Spanish and Italian prime ministers, as well the heads of state and government and foreign ministers of other countries will also attend the unity rally in the French capital.

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