New facets of insanity. In Lithuania, banned a concert of the ensemble im.Aleksandrova

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In Lithuania, the final decision was made to cancel the concert of the Academic Ensemble of Song and Dance named after A. Alexandrov. The concert of Russian performers was to be held on December 6 in the Visagin cultural center. The cancellation of the concert is told by the head of the “cultural” center Danute Morkunene. She is quoted by the Baltic portal. BNS:

Yes, they were not given permission to hold a concert.


It is noteworthy that Ms. Morkuniene claims that the Visaginsky center staff is allegedly ignorant of the plans of the Russian ensemble to hold a concert with them. That is, Ms. Morkunene is trying to declare that the Russian Academic ensemble arrives on tour “without warning and approval”, and wherever it wants ... Obviously, such explanations can be left at home by the “comrades” from the Visaginas Center.

New facets of insanity. In Lithuania, banned a concert of the ensemble im.Aleksandrova


Morkunene:
In our cultural center did not know anything about the upcoming concert. For us, this was a surprise. Just a man bought one of the halls of the center and did not tell us for what purposes. And the ensemble has a great ideological burden. Here in Lithuania, Russian soldiers are perceived negatively. And we consider the ensemble a legacy of Soviet times.


Recall that the concert of the Academic Ensemble of Song and Dance named after A.Aleksandrov in Lithuania was to be held as part of the European tour dedicated to the 70 anniversary of the Victory. If we take into account that veterans of Nazi troops, called heroes, march through the streets in Lithuania and other Baltic countries, the decision of the Lithuanian authorities to ban a concert is, of course, understandable ... As is clear, the level of Baltic obscurantism goes beyond boundaries.

Or a warning came from Brussels and Washington to Vilnius that under the guise of the ensemble’s performance the Russians are going to “hold exercises” with the subsequent “occupation of Lithuania”? ..
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  1. +47
    October 23 2015
    Well, what do we want from a country, because of its poverty, even refugees refuse to go there ?! Hence the pathological malice of a hunted flea animal!
    1. +21
      October 23 2015
      That is, Ms. Morkunene is trying to declare that the Russian Academic Ensemble arrives on tour "without warning and coordination", and wherever it wants ...

      We have such an army, such and ensembles! smile
      1. +4
        October 23 2015
        they implement their inferiority complex on such occasions ... the Bali bureaucrats are very flawed people ...
        1. +3
          October 23 2015
          Balinese bureaucrats are a very flawed people ...


          They are bureaucrats and bureaucrats in Africa. As for the Lithuanian, this is primarily a political commitment. A Lithuanian official who is planning to pursue a career is obliged to be a member of any party, this is his number on a T-shirt. Otherwise, he sits on the podium. Forever. But the political Lithuanian parties, absolutely all have an anti-Russian and pro-American orientation. The only difference is the degree of sharpness of the rhetoric. Which does not reflect true goals. So, for example, today the ruling social democrats, whose rhetoric towards Russia was distinguished by tenderness, have worsened relations with the Russian Federation to a degree compared with the conservatives who ruled before them. And differed in harsh, even boorish rhetoric.

          From this, at the first party meeting, one zealous idiot who will shout, "Keep out!" Is enough. And no one will object, but they will clap their hands, then they will send an instruction to their party member who decides there at the administrative level. And the people, the people live their own difficult life, travel to Europe to earn dirty work, help their elderly parents with money, who will not even pay utility bills for a European pension, pay at one time thoughtlessly taken loans, and the bulk of the population has long been sick of politics and from politicians. Visaginas is a Russian-speaking city, those who built the nuclear power plant at one time stayed there with the staff, and for the whole day you can not hear a single word in Lithuanian. Therefore, they decided to hold a concert there, so as not to irritate the capital. But even the joy of such a small town, Lithuanian politicians refused. What for? All the same, this city does not vote for them. Well, he will not vote again. And in front of the American boss once again bend, my mother ordered.
          1. +1
            October 23 2015
            Quote from the article
            New facets of insanity. In Lithuania, banned a concert of the ensemble im.Aleksandrova

            Even for senility in the head you need to have a BRAIN. And in this case, in the head of the bureaucrats of Lithuania, there are only ONE DOGS! laughing
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      2. avg
        +2
        October 23 2015
        There is no silver lining. I hope that finally they will tour Russia.
        1. 0
          October 23 2015
          As far as I know, they don’t get out of the tour at all. And for the most part in Russia
          1. 0
            October 23 2015
            So it is necessary to familiarize NATO people with culture ... to the pose "KU"
            Quote: Not served
            As far as I know, they don’t get out of the tour at all. And for the most part in Russia
          2. Alf
            +1
            October 23 2015
            Quote: Didn't serve
            As far as I know, they don’t get out of the tour at all. And for the most part in Russia

            A couple of years ago they came to us in Samara on May 9th. I was at a concert, I confess, before the liver got through, what power, what energy, and what voices! And most importantly, after the concert, all veterans present at the concert were presented with recording discs.
      3. +2
        October 23 2015
        Quote: СРЦ П-15
        We have such an army, such and ensembles!

        Or a warning came from Brussels and Washington to Vilnius that under the guise of the ensemble’s performance the Russians are going to “hold exercises” with the subsequent “occupation of Lithuania”? ..
        Yes, they were warned: "The hybrid troops of Russia are coming to you!"
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      5. 0
        October 23 2015
        That's exactly where we want there and speak ....
        Quote: SRC P-15
        That is, Ms. Morkunene is trying to declare that the Russian Academic Ensemble arrives on tour "without warning and coordination", and wherever it wants ...

        We have such an army, such and ensembles! smile
      6. +1
        October 23 2015
        The academic ensemble arrives on tour "without warning and coordination", and wherever it wants ...

        Exactly! These "special forces" are not even given weapons - there is no need ... laughing laughing laughing
    2. +19
      October 23 2015
      For these labuses "Holy War", or "Farewell of a Slav", like a prayer or holy water for the devil ...
    3. +9
      October 23 2015
      Why the hell did anyone go there at all ??? It’s necessary to give up paying attention to these shallow grasses for a long time! Ukrainians, if you like it, are really brotherly people, just a little sick on the head - and these Livonians are not a decree for us, let them live as they want! Moreover, prostitution, even on a state scale, is a lucrative affair, all the more so since they can’t do anything special anyway. Manage to live off the income of the Museum of Soviet Occupation created by the Americans on their territories ... laughing
      1. +3
        October 23 2015
        obviously the ensemble was going to perform in front of the Russian-speaking population
      2. +2
        October 23 2015
        Quote: Finches
        Why the hell did anyone go there at all ???

        For our perform.
      3. +8
        October 23 2015
        For those who do not know - Visaginas is a small satellite town of the Ignalina nuclear power plant, which was closed at the request of the West. The population is predominantly Russian-speaking and with a high intellectual level. The very existence of our city, the successes of our athletes, representatives of culture, students of our schools, etc., very much irritate the ruling elite. With the beginning of the events in Ukraine, the Lithuanian leadership was seriously concerned and was afraid that unrest could arise in Visaginas too ... And then - the arrival of such a "military-occupation-ideological" ensemble !!! Horror! This cannot be allowed!
    4. +20
      October 23 2015
      The Grand Duchy of Lithuania was frightened by the song and dance ensemble of the Russian army, but what would be interesting with Lithuania if they saw the Russian army itself?
      1. +4
        October 23 2015
        Lord, it’s stupid to expect another from them. But the Russian Federation needs to act reasonably — ban on the concert activities of Makarevich as an internal accomplice in overthrowing the constitutional order, as a media person supporting a country fighting a Russian Federation, declaring the Russian Federation an aggressor and an enemy!
        1. +7
          October 23 2015
          From 0.40 video from a different angle, closer:
          1. -1
            October 23 2015
            A strange thing is happening, my posts are duplicated. Delete 1, delete 3 ... ????
            Maybe because of my dances with a tambourine to circumvent Google blocking?
            1. 0
              October 23 2015
              And now have appeared?
              I'm sorry, it's not my fault, I'll try to figure it out.
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          2. 0
            October 24 2015
            it was a PR action of .akarevich,
        2. The comment was deleted.
          1. 0
            October 23 2015
            I can’t understand why some of my posts are duplicated?
            Maybe because I have a double account to bypass Google blocking?
            1. +1
              October 23 2015
              We know how to sing and fight, as they say!
              [img] https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=TUGCNZQnJEo [/ img]
            2. 0
              October 23 2015
              I can’t understand why some of my posts are duplicated?


              Try to portray this with a bill of five hundred euros! Maybe this is a gift from the Almighty! laughing
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        3. +3
          October 23 2015
          Quote: mirag2
          The Russian Federation needs to be done reasonably, ban concert activity in FIG

          Why ban? Do not go to his concerts and all business, he will run away. But the "lustration" was done to him - thanks to these guys.
      2. 0
        October 23 2015
        At least a little.
      3. +2
        October 23 2015
        Quote: vovanpain
        The Grand Duchy of Lithuania was frightened by the song and dance ensemble of the Russian army, but what would be interesting with Lithuania if they saw the Russian army itself?

        scared. after all, the ensemble is only slightly smaller in number than the entire Lithuanian army. and suddenly he will dance all the army men and take them prisoner. By the way, the Lithuanians openly declared this fear
        Just a man bought one of the halls of the center and did not tell us for what purposes. And the ensemble has a great ideological burden. In Lithuania, Russian soldiers are perceived negatively by us. And we consider the ensemble a legacy of Soviet times.
        1. +1
          October 23 2015
          Quote: wasjasibirjac
          scared. after all, the ensemble is only slightly smaller in number than the entire Lithuanian army. and suddenly he will dance all the army men and take them prisoner.

          So not only Lithuania .... Before that, there was a picket in the Czech Republic
          Many Czechs began to see in artists primarily military personnel waging a "hybrid war", writes InoTV. Opponents of concerts see them as a provocation.
          In particular, Tomash Peshinsky, one of the initiators of the pickets against the speeches, is sure of this. “These days they are definitely military, and not musicians. Of course, their performance has a certain professional, cultural, entertaining value, but absolutely does not correspond to our times. We consider the concert of “Alexandrovites” a provocation.
          Maybe in a different situation in the world and Europe we would perceive them as musicians. But now they are for us a hybrid war battalion, and we treat their tour as a military operation, ”Peshinsky said. At the same time, the organizers of the tour, Czech artists performing together with the ensemble, and even the spectators called the activist “collaborators.”
    5. +1
      October 23 2015
      Here are the Deers, they are even afraid of our military with pipes, gobbled, no words. wassatLet the wall be built with soundproofing so that music is not heard. fool
      1. +1
        October 23 2015
        Quote: ivan bogomolov
        Let the wall be built with soundproofing so that music is not heard.

        That's right, if a new "Berlin Wall" appears in Europe, it will be built with sprats! Money will be collected from the people, so to speak, at the "request of the population"!
  2. +7
    October 23 2015
    Well, yes! .. so many healthy men in Russian military uniforms. The Lithuanians are still scared, they will introduce martial law ... laughing
    1. +3
      October 23 2015
      I remember a year ago the demobilization went by train from Kaliningrad home through Labusia so there they almost declared martial law, pulled off everything that resembles troops to repel the Russian invasion of the bogagag
  3. +1
    October 23 2015
    No wonder. Why are you going there ?!
    Sensations of meeting flowers are unlikely anyone would have seen. And provocations and troubles at the concert could well have been. Nowadays, there are no radicals who are holding back the radicals.
    1. +7
      October 23 2015
      So after all, Russians live there too. Not at LGBT concerts for our watch ...
  4. +9
    October 23 2015
    All over the world, people dream of getting to their concert, and they are all struggling with the legacy.
    1. +3
      October 23 2015
      Quote: Laksamana Besar
      All over the world, people dream of getting to their concert, and they are all struggling with the legacy.

      Lithuanians understand music exactly as much as it takes to release their clowns to Eurovision. Watch Lithuania's performances over the past 5 years. Laughter and tears - and more!
      1. +1
        October 23 2015
        For the last 5 years and even much more, I have not watched "Geyrovision" wink
      2. 0
        October 23 2015
        Lithuanians understand music as much as it takes to release their clowns to Eurovision


        smile Well, Eurovision is no longer music. How about this one? True, he is not quite, Lithuanian)

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  5. +11
    October 23 2015
    We calculated the labasses and it turned out that the ensemble named after Alexander was larger than their armed forces, and this, in their opinion, was an occupation. Pralna, a group of brass ensembles, can blow in, will not seem enough! laughing
    1. +3
      October 23 2015
      If you count the spare singers in place, there will probably be a whole battalion. And what are the lungs and the voice, how Vilnius will bark to the Baltic. Weapon of mass destruction "sonic bomb" laughing
      1. 0
        October 23 2015
        What Baltic, right in the English Channel with love smile .
  6. +2
    October 23 2015
    One word is the Waffen-SS legionnaires, which is something to expect from their heirs, especially dancing under the American banjo.
  7. +2
    October 23 2015
    They are already everywhere, green men and polite people seem to be.
  8. +1
    October 23 2015
    Likely, if they offer to move to another planet, they will refuse in order to continue to spoil neighbors on the doorstep. Brothers with the country 404
  9. +3
    October 23 2015
    Apparently the conch from Eurovision is closer to the heart of any Lithuanian ....
    write: ... and not only to the heart.
  10. +2
    October 23 2015
    (C) In our cultural center, they did not know anything about the imminent concert. This came as a surprise. It was just that a person bought one of the halls of the center and did not tell us for what purposes.

    Amazingly powerful argument ...-) If they receive the loot, they are not even interested in who and what will be done there, then what may be the questions? Although it would be better for these rats to have a meeting of the leaders of terrorists there than a performance by the Alexandrov ensemble.
  11. 0
    October 23 2015
    Let them build their fences, otherwise the latter will run away from their country.
  12. +1
    October 23 2015
    No one has canceled the information war, this is one of the forms of struggle (ban), you yourself think "Viennese waltz", "Victory day", Moscow evenings ", but they'd better shoot themselves, just from the names, and Lithuania will collapse
  13. +1
    October 23 2015
    We will still sing !!!!!! Fear our military musicians, singers and dancers - this is a CULTURAL VICTORY OVER THE MIDDLE AGE GAYROPA LIVING UNDER THE LAWS OF THE MIDDLE AGES IN THE XXI CENTURY, I generally am silent about the superiority of the Russian armed forces ....
  14. 0
    October 23 2015
    Quote: Mama_Cholli
    Apparently the conch from Eurovision is closer to the heart of any Lithuanian ....
    write: ... and not only to the heart.

    Then to Lithuania instead of a smoothly shaven choir named after Alexandrova need to send some thread bearded Cossack choir. Well then, I suppose, Lithuanians think that a beard is glamorous ...
    1. +1
      October 23 2015
      In Soviet times, often rested in Lithuania. When I rented a room for a couple of weeks, the owners almost turned on the navel. The closer to the end of the vacation, the colder the attitude became, at the very end the teeth began to grin (one of them became not much less). Rotten nation.
  15. +1
    October 23 2015
    The song helps us to build and live, but the Baltics are fearful. Actually, everything is normal, because such a psychotropic weapon as the Alexandrov ensemble has monstrous destructive power, more terrible than any weapon. laughing
  16. +1
    October 23 2015
    Well, of course! Now, if a gay song and dance ensemble led by this bl ... bearded from Eurovision came, then Lithuania would joyfully open its rolls. It is for Lithuania and it has become closer and dearer now.
  17. +1
    October 23 2015
    Didn’t want (or were afraid !?) to listen to our songs in the performing ensemble of SA?
    ... another "music" would not have sounded for you, in the performance of our other army "singers", whom you should truly be afraid of! soldier
  18. 0
    October 23 2015
    Scum of easy virtue! The ensemble was scared, then what to say about the Russian army ?! It's time for them to sing: "Tu-104 is the fastest plane ..."
  19. 0
    October 23 2015
    Now the NATO Song and Dance Ensemble will come to them, dressed in a uniform in the style of "Blue Oyster".
  20. pia
    0
    October 23 2015
    It is a sin to laugh at the poor. It is a pity only for "our" Russians.
  21. 0
    October 23 2015
    Quote: Laksamana Besar
    the last 5 years and even much more, I have not watched "Geyrovision"

    In general, I have never looked, only from conversations I can imagine what kind of garbage is.
  22. 0
    October 23 2015
    I sincerely wish the authors of the ban to read Saltykov-Shchedrin; "Bear in the Voivodeship", in particular:

    "Major and serious atrocities are often called brilliant and, as such, are recorded on the tablets of History. Small and comic atrocities are called shameful, and not only history is not misled, but also from the contemporaries do not receive praise". laughing
  23. 0
    October 23 2015
    Correctly why they let the ensemble to them. Alexandrov, they are not like "glorious warriors light elves" will not cover and spit on everything around and lawns will not trample laughing
  24. 0
    October 23 2015
    And why should the Academic Ensemble of Song and Dance named after A. Alexandrov
    in Lithuania?
    No need to take bread from local LGBT communities.
    And normal men dressed in military uniforms, and not crowns with feathers and performing patriotic war songs do not need such fans.

    Give a concert tour Conchita Wurst in Lithuania !!!
  25. +1
    October 23 2015
    Yes, they’re afraid of everything correctly.
    Aleksandrov’s choir is a powerful weapon of mass ideological defeat. They are still without Kobzon, he is already a prohibited weapon.

    When they sing, I have a tear knocked out, honestly, without irony. Once I was at their quarrel, the disco was under live singing, this is something.
  26. 0
    October 23 2015
    In our cultural center did not know anything about the upcoming concert. For us, this was a surprise. Just a man bought one of the halls of the center and did not tell us for what purposes. And the ensemble has a great ideological burden. Here in Lithuania, Russian soldiers are perceived negatively. And we consider the ensemble a legacy of Soviet times.


    Strange some kind of babble, well, they refused so they refused, why bother with their ass, they knew, they didn’t. Or still some remnants of the mind remain and understand the idiocy of the situation.

    As I understood it, Dear colleagues. hi
  27. +4
    October 23 2015
    Visaginas is a Russian city. Local overlaid and the words will not be allowed to insert. They decided for some kind of Morkunene. Morkovkina in Russian :)
    1. 0
      October 23 2015
      Quote: skedlof
      Local overlaid and the words will not be allowed to insert.


      If I, Dear skedlof, understood correctly for the locals like you, the Russians are there? If so, then write something more often, interesting from the original source, not littered with politics.

      Something like this. hi
      1. +1
        October 23 2015
        that’s all right, the locals are mostly Russian. the city (visaginas) is young - in the 70-80s, the union, out of kindness of soul, gathered hard workers and specialists from all over the union and built an atomic power station. station in lithuania. who knew that such a tragedy would happen in the 90s? well, and most people are left here, you just can’t leave the atom, and indeed, there was nowhere to go. and now, especially after Ukraine, they spread such propaganda in the Baltic states that they are afraid of Russians, as they wrote above, even with balalaikas :)
        1. 0
          October 24 2015
          Dear skedlof, if you want the person you want to chat with to see you on the site, then make a link to his post, or use his post. For example, it would be interesting for me to crackle with you, but I don’t hang on one article, so alas, I saw you only at night. You can also write in PM.

          Something like that. hi
  28. 0
    October 23 2015
    Here. Already the choir gives them fear. This is what the dancers will horrify.
  29. 0
    October 23 2015
    HOW TO EXPLAIN THESE DEBILS THAT IT'S NOT FASHIONABLE TO DO ALREADY SUCH CARE, NOT FASHIONABLE !!!
  30. -1
    October 23 2015
    The title of the article is straightforward! But why make big eyes? You might think that concerts are not forbidden (canceled) for political reasons. Our people go even further: they forbid (cancel) concerts not only of foreign performers, but also of their own, domestic. Oops ...
    1. 0
      October 23 2015
      One has to wonder why the Alexandrov Ensemble planned to go there at all. As for the reminder about the cancellation of concerts in our country, there is nothing to be surprised at, there is an information war, during which the question "Who are you masters of culture with?" Arguments about their remoteness from politics are fairy tales. I am sure that if America's supporters suddenly seize power in the Russian Federation, the Alexandrov Ensemble will not be banned in the Russian Federation either, but moved to the level of regional houses of culture. In war - as in war!
  31. 0
    October 23 2015
    Dad told me how in the days of the USSR, in Kiev, the orchestra and choir of the Kamenetz-Podolsky military school were not allowed to participate in the competition, because there were no songs in the Ukrainian language in the repertoire. Barely squeezed. So the roots still grow from there, the Balts cannot invent anything new ..
  32. 0
    October 23 2015
    And we consider the ensemble a legacy of Soviet times.

    And Lithuania itself is not a legacy of the Soviet past? Their agriculture (rest in peace), the level of culture (kingdom of heaven to him), education (blessed memory of him)? Something has become fashionable among non-state colonies to selectively look at the legacy from the USSR ... This is beneficial to us - it is primordially "ours", but this is not profitable - this is from the USSR and is blameworthy ... Ugh, in a word.
  33. 0
    October 23 2015
    Or a warning came from Brussels and Washington to Vilnius that under the guise of the ensemble’s performance the Russians are going to “hold exercises” with the subsequent “occupation of Lithuania”? ..

    Yeah, very polite people will come laughing May by invitation, or may without laughing Nice and polite people do not need invitations
  34. 0
    October 23 2015
    Now they have one joy - sprats in oil. And here they are angry. They have no time for songs.
  35. 0
    October 23 2015
    What brings them to hostile countries?
  36. 0
    October 23 2015
    "... And the ensemble has a great ideological load. In Lithuania, Russian soldiers are perceived negatively. And we consider the ensemble to be the legacy of Soviet times ..." - Oh well !?
  37. 0
    October 23 2015
    one and very significant inaccuracy — legionnaires never marched in the streets of Vilnius for a simple reason. Lithuanians did not go to serve the Germans !!! oeni fought both with the spacecraft and with the Wehrmacht. here in Latvia and Estonia-YES!
  38. 0
    October 23 2015
    They served, though there were no SS formations.
  39. +1
    October 23 2015
    All information is easy to find on the Internet. Just too lazy to do. The question is not serious and obvious ...
  40. INF
    0
    October 23 2015
    I propose to ban Lithuania.
  41. 0
    October 23 2015
    In 2004, at the Pope in Vatican, a concert of the Song and Dance Ensemble of the Russian Army named after Alexandrov was held, but he was not afraid. And what Lithuania do you stick a damn ...
  42. 0
    October 23 2015
    Glory to the Russian Army: even afraid with balalaikas!
  43. 0
    October 23 2015
    I wonder if the person who bought the hall was compensated for the costs? Or has he already been taken away and interrogated? I thought in a "democratic" state, you can listen to any music, especially if you do not bother anyone in the concert hall bought for the day, but in fact Lithuania is a police state. So much for shit (no, not politically correct) democrats.
  44. 0
    October 23 2015
    Such dolboboby and we have enough.
  45. 0
    October 23 2015
    Well, well, a pack of jackals the Tobaccos around the star-striped Sherkhan simply cannot comrade themselves by listening to Russian music in front of this striped owner! fool
  46. 0
    October 23 2015
    Russian Academic Ensemble arrives on tour “without warning and approval”

    Without declaring war, the ensemble arrives on tour
  47. 0
    October 24 2015
    Yes, it’s not fear, of course, but a simple desire to please the owner, so to speak, loudly yapping. Suddenly, the owner hears and strokes .. Or maybe he calls a good dog and gives a lick his hand .. Oh, dreams of a dream of a toothless lousy bitch, who forgot who got her half-dead from manure and laundered ...
  48. 0
    October 24 2015
    from Visaginas .. to the Belarusian border all 14-17 km .. in a straight line .. come to the Ensemble in fraternal Belarus and install GOOD speakers to sing in Belarus .. and let them listen in Lithuania.
  49. 0
    October 24 2015
    "Don't let the mushrooms go," as the Lithuanians themselves call their prime minister Grybauskaite ....
  50. 0
    October 24 2015
    Walked through the biography of the President of Lithuania .. Gribauskaite Dahl and .....

    In 1991, Gribauskaite, fluent in English, sent Lithuania to study in the United States, where in the same year she graduated from the leadership program at the Institute of International Economic Relations at Georgetown University (Washington).

    In 1996-1999, Minister Plenipotentiary of the Lithuanian Embassy in the United States.


    Dalia Grybauskaite is not married. Have no children
  51. 0
    October 25 2015
    Here only in Lavrov’s words “Morons...”
  52. 0
    November 27, 2015
    There are all reasons for the ban. The Alexandrov Choir, as a combat unit, poses a real danger to the entire Lithuanian army. :)

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