Rimvydas Valatka told Euronews Lithuania is still short of being "a European state".
A Facebook post showing a photograph of a gay couple kissing triggered hundreds of online hate comments, including death threats. The European Court of Human Rights ruled against Lithuania for failing to prosecute perpetrators.
Five people were released: two Russians, two Lithuanians and a Norwegian.
Meet the man who joined two million Latvians, Lithuanians and Estonians in forming a massive human chain on August 23, 1989, to call for independence from the Soviet Union.
Meet the pilot who defied KGB orders to drop flowers on Baltic Way
Vintage cars set out across Baltic states to mark the 30th anniversary of a human chain of over one million people seeking freedom from the USSR.
Two centre-right rivals square up to each other in Lithuanian Presidential elections' second round
A woman in Lithuania gave birth to a baby girl with more alcohol in her system than it would take to seriously threaten the health of an adult
A ruling by a Lithuanian court has highlighted how the European Institute on Gender Equality has not been enforcing EU legislation on the equal treatment of temporary staff.
Truckers from Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary and Lithuania say the package divides the transport industry of Eastern and Western Europe
At a service to commemorate Lithuania's devastated Jewish community under the Nazis the Pope has spoken of the dangers of a rebirth of anti-Semitism
A risqué advertising campaign that compares Vilnius to the female G-spot has stirred controversy ahead of the Pope’s visit next month.