With a million or more strong Lithuanian diaspora now living in the US, UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia, Germany, Brazil, Norway, Russia, Argentina, and elsewhere, and many more people of other nationalities expressing growing interest in Lithuania as it expands internationally, this site is a virtual network for Lithuanians and friends of Lithuania around the world.

LTUworld.com is the single source for everyone who needs information on Lithuanians worldwide. Say goodbye to dozens of sources, multiple browsers and hours of research. LTUworld.com gives you the comprehensive information you need to know within seconds – all in one place. Drill down with fast searches by country, region, category of activities, even people. LTUworld.com connects you to hidden…
Do you have an interesting story to share with us--a story that would not only expand our knowledge and understanding about Lithuanians’ lives around the world and bring hope and inspiration to fellow compatriots, but would be also interesting to people outside the Lithuanian community? If so, we’d love to publish it on the site. Actually, once registered to LTUworld.com,…
Keep track of all major events being organized by Lithuanians worldwide. View events by day, week, month, or year. It's guaranteed to keep you in The LOOP. Want to add your event to the most comprehensive Lithuanian events calendar around? Hundreds of participants want to knowabout your event.   •    Create an account •    Once registered, look for an “Add…
Lithuanians across the world engage in dozens of successful community, professional, charity, educational and other activities and projects every year. There would be even more accomplishments if they have had means to spread a word about their ideas more widely and find partners or supporters. LTUworld.com is here for you to help you to do this.
Welcome to the original English language discussion forum for and on Lithuanian communities around the world. This message forum is a place where English-speaking Lithuanians, their friends and foreigners (expats) living in Lithuania, and anyone with a genuine interest in Lithuania or Lithuanian communities worldwide can discuss and read the views of others on a range of topics. The aim…
We’ve got for you at least seven reasons why Lithuanians around the world should tweet.  Twitter can promote your community, and make the Lithuanians known worldwide. 1. It's a great way to promote your community and events. LTUworld is on Twitter, and by using #LTUworld hashtag in your tweets, you can easily spread news about your events in a matter…

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  • Lithuania opens in Vermont its 21st Honorary Consulate in the U.S. during summit
    Lithuania’s ambassador to the United States Žygimantas Pavilionis was in Brattleboro on June 6 to announce that local resident Kerry Secrest will serve as the Vermont Honorary Consul of Lithuania. Pavilionis said for a small country like Lithuania the honorary counsuls serve an important role in reaching out to local populations to spread Lithuanian culture, as well as to open up business opportunities and trade between the two countries.The consulate was opened in Vermont during the Strolling of the Heifers…
  • Revolutions in Eastern Europe: The Rise of Democracy, 1989–1990
    Svaja Vansauskas Worthington is the Lithuanian Honorary Consul for the State of Alaska. She is also an English Instructor/Professor at University of Alaska Anchorage and formerly at Alaska Pacific University, and a grand-daughter of a prominent Lithuanian family.
    The Hoover Institution's newest exhibition, Revolutions in Eastern Europe: The Rise of Democracy, 1989-1990, features several images of Lithuania's role.
  • Lithuanians from Texas win 11th Embassy Basketball cup
    “Seni krienai” (Old horseradishes) from Texas bagged the trophy at The 11th Lithuanian Embassy Basketball Tournament, Saturday, June 7th, after clinching a 66-65 victory against last year’s winner “Gelezinis Vilkas” (Iron Wolf) from New York.
  • House passes "Black Ribbon Day" legislation to honor victims of Soviet & Nazi crimes
    The U.S. House of Representatives passed May 22 H.R. 4435, the 2015 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which included an amendment by Congressman John Shimkus (R-IL) aimed at recognizing the victims of Soviet Communist and Nazi regimes and designating August 23 as the “Black Ribbon Day”.

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