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The Lithuanian mission to the UN will present an exhibit on its Jewish past

Shown here is the Permanent Representative of Lithuania to the UN, Ambassador Audra Plepyte. UN Photo: Evan Schneider

The Permanent Mission of Lithuania to the UN will present a program on the country’s Jewish past on January 23, 2020 at UN Headquarters in New York City.

The Permanent Representative of Lithuania to the United Nations in New York, Ambassador Audra Plepyte, extended an invitation to UN members to attend the opening of an exhibit entitled, “Reflections in a Shattered Mirror – Lithuania’s Jewish Past ” on January 23, 2020. The exhibit will be held at the UN Delegate’s Entrance at 1:15pm on January 23, 2020.

Later in the evening, invited guests will be invited to attend a talk by the curator of the exhibition, Lara Lempertiene, PhD, on “Will we ever meet our relationship with Lithuania’s Jewish past”. The talk and reception will take place at the Permanent Mission of Lithuania to the UN. 155 East 44th Street, 10th floor, at 6:15 pm.

Ann Charles
Ann Charles is UN Bureau Chief of "Baltic Review" based in New York City. She covers diplomatic activities at United Nations Headquarters in New York and the world body's work in human rights, education, culture, the environment, and tourism, among other global concerns.

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