Lithuania education programme gets under way: photos

The Bank of Lithuania has held its first educational seminar. The session was aimed at senior citizens and covered consumer rights protection and counterfeit note detection presentations.

Members of the Lithuanian Pensioners Union (Bočiai), the Third Age University and Lithuanian Association of the Elderly were schooled on the advantages and threats in payment card settlements.

Nijolė Baltrūnienė, a senior expert in the currency examination division of the cash department at the Bank of

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