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In Prague, on the day of restoration of the Lithuanian statehood on 16 February, dr. Jonas Basanavičius, who lived in Prague in 1883-1884, was commemorated, and the Embassy of Lithuania invited its community to an evening with a knowledge quiz. Players from Brno, students of Lithuanian language from Masaryk University, have also virtually joined Prague teams using information technology.
On January 31st Lithuanian Embassy in Prague and for the Swiss Confederation, in cooperation with the honorary Consul in Zurich Graziano Pedroja, Swiss industry confederation Economiesuisse, agencies for business development Enterprise Lithuania and Swiss Global Enterprise, held a Lithuanian Business Mission in Zurich.
Today, the Lithuanian Embassy in Prague lit its building in orange colour celebrating the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. We are showing our solidarity and joining the Orange the World campaign that decorates many important buildings in the world's capitals with orange colour.
We are presenting the newly a reconstructed Lithuanian embassy in Prague. After two years of reconstruction, the Embassy is back in a building that combines elements of interwar architecture, folk culture and modern design that represents Lithuania and is inviting to visitors. Celebrations, seminars, business meetings and cultural events are planned to be held in the renovated embassy representation spaces.
On November 14th, the Nordic Film Festival was opened by Lithuanian drama „Sasha was here“ (2018). On this occasion film‘s director Ernestas Jankauskas and one of the main actors Gabija Siurbytė visited Prague. After the film they were a part of a discussion with the large audience of the festival.
Lithuanian Embassy in Prague hosted a discussion „Building Resilience in Europe: Lessons learned“ on 5th of November, attended by Lithuanian foreign minister Linas Linkevičius and more than 10 experts from Czech NGOs, think-tanks, political institutes and universities.
August 23rd this year marks the 30th anniversary of the Baltic Way, an event that declared and visualized the aspirations of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania to return to the map of Europe as independent states. This manifesto united more than 2 million participants to stand for freedom in protest against the Soviet occupation. In 2009, UNESCO listed it in its Memory of the World Register.