• July 30, 2021

Why the government needs to change the name of the US embassy

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The US Department of State and the US National Academy of Sciences, in their report, proposed a new name for the US Embassy in Vilnius, Lithuania.

“The name Vilnis is a reflection of the ancient Baltic region and the country’s Baltic tradition of Baltic culture, heritage, and identity,” the report said.

“It was chosen as a strong symbol of the Baltic region, which is the most culturally diverse region of Europe.”

The State Department and the National Academy also suggested that the name “Vilnius” be changed to “Baltics” or “Baltic nations”.

The report said that Vilnians are known for their strong tradition of “Baltica” – Lithuanian – which means “peaceful land”.

“The name ‘Vilna’ refers to the ancient Lithuanian town of Vilna, a region in southern Europe that lies just north of the Volga River and the Black Sea, about 150 kilometres (93 miles) south of the Russian border,” the department said.

The report also called on the US to consider naming the building after a Lithuanian, a person who is also a symbol of peace and unity.

“The Vilnian Republic is a country that is a member of the European Union, which was established on July 17, 2017, after Lithuania joined the European Economic Community in 2004,” it said.

“In addition to its historic connections to Vilnies heritage, the Lithuanian Republic has a strong history of promoting democratic and human rights,” the State Department said.

It added that Lithuania was a key partner in the US-led NATO-led international effort to defeat IS.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said it would look into the matter and is in the process of considering other options.

“We are reviewing the proposal and will be sure to provide a response to the Government of Lithuania at a later date,” DHS said in a statement.