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Lithuania - Minorities

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Some words about Swedish Speaking Population in the Baltic Countries. There never was any native Swedish speaking population in Lithuania. Lithuanian native minorities are Poles, Russians, Belarussians, Ukrainians, Jews, Germans, Tatars, Latvians, Gipsies, and Karaims. For more information visit the site of the Department of Statistics to the Government of the Republic of Lithuania (Statistics Lithuania)  <>.
Audrius Slapsinskas, 24 June 2003

Eastern Polish Soviet Republic

Poles in Vilnius wanted to establish such a republic in 1989. I read that the polish hoisted Polish flags (red and white) , and Polish flags with emblems but with a little differences from the current Polish eagle
Jaume Olle', 23 June 1998