I.J. Krashevsky's book "Lithuania: Ancient History, Law, Language, Faith, Customs, Songs, Sayings, Etc." representation took place in Vilnius City Hall. The historian prof. Egidijus Aleksandravičius, ethnologist prof. Libertas Klimka, editor Ieva Puluikienė and translator Kazys Uscila. The evening was crowned by a concert by NIKO (artistic director Gediminas Gelgota) and the piano was played by Emilis Šarinskas.

The publication of the book was initiated by the management of LBKS, the partner is the Polish Institute. The event was to mark Press Day.


A solemn presentation of the encyclopedic publication "Lietuvos bajorai" (Lithuanian Nobility), Volume II, took place at Vilnius City Hall.
The 246 pages of the book contain historical and biographical data, coats of arms, genealogical trees, diagrams and historical photographs of the descendants of the 56 nobility of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (GDL).

During the event about the mission of the Lithuanian nobility, a special report on the links between the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and Lithuania and Ukraine was made by a member of the National Security Committee of the Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania, military historian prof. Valdas Rakutis.

The artistic part of the program was supplemented by the International Men's Choir "Unia", which is based on the resistance of the Lukashenko regime in Belarus, as well as singers of Ukrainian and Lithuanian origin (artistic director - Pavel Gonca). A bouquet of classical music was presented to the nobility by the performance of the representatives of the National M. K. Čiurlionis School of Arts - the winner of international competitions was presented by Giedra Julija Tutkutė (9th grade, harp), Sofija Rosinaitė (5th grade, cello), concertmaster Emilija Rosžemaitė


On July 17, 2021, the official delegation of the leadership of the Lithuanian Royal Union of Nobility (LRUN was represented by the Commander Perlis Vaisieta, Marshal Stasys Knystautas, Chancellor Sigitas Dobilinskas) visited the Battlefield of Grunwald in Grunwald (Poland) and took part in the commemoration of the 611-th anniversary of the largest battle in the history of medieval Europe.

After the Polish and Lithuanian national anthems were sung, a solemn commemoration took place at the main monument to the Knights of Grunwald, during which the representatives of government and non-government organizations from Lithuania and Poland listened to congratulatory addresses by the Marshal of the Warmia and Mazury Voivodeship, Mr. Gustav Marek Brzezin, the ambassador of the Republic of Lithuania in Poland, Mr. Eduard Borisov, and the Vivoda of Warmia and Mazury Mr. Artur Chojecki.

Representatives of the delegations laid memorial wreaths at the main monument of Grunwald. Likewise, the official program of the event also included the laying of memorial wreaths at the Lithuanian Vytis monument “From the Lithuanian Nation for a Common Victory” erected last year by the LRUN and the Lithuanian Armed Forces. Together with the leaders of the Warmia and Mazury Voivodeship and the Lithuanian Ambassador to Poland, the wreaths were laid by the leadership of LRUN and the of the Armed Forces of Lithuania.

During the official reception, which took place at the Grunwald Museum of History, special gifts from the LRUN were presented to the Marshal of Warmia and Mazury, Gustav Marek Brzezin, the director of the Grunwald Museum, Dr. Szymon Drej and to the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in Poland - replica of the 16-17th century ceramic tile bearing the coat of arms of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, whose restoration was funded by LRUN based on the original fragments found in the Lower Castle of the Palace of the Rulers of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.

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