Controversy over Lithuanian children seized in Norway prompts hard look inwards

A protest in front of Norway's embassy in Vilnius

Protests have sprung up across a number of countries against the actions of Barnevernet, the Norwegian children's welfare service that has removed numerous children from migrant families in Norway. Last Thursday, one such protest sprang up in front of the Norwegian embassy in Vilnius but Linas Linkevičius, the Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, said “only a legal path, not populist protests and rallies, can be used to negotiate with Norway for the children that were taken from those Lithuanians”.

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