The Belarusian minority in Lithuania (Belarusian: беларусы, biełarusy, Russian: белорусы, byelorusy, Lithuanian: baltarusiai or gudai) numbered 36,200 persons at the 2011 census, and at 1.2% of the total population of Lithuania, being the third most populous national minority. The Belarusian national minority in Lithuania has deep historical, cultural and political relations. Many famous Belarusians lived and created in Lithuania, mostly its capital Vilnius; it was in Vilnius that the first standardized Belarusian language grammar was printed in.

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  • Белорусы Литвы, по данным официальной статистики, являются третьим по численности национальным меньшинством в стране после поляков и русских. В 2001 году в Литовской Республике проживало 42 866 этнических белорусов, что составляло 1,23 % от общего населения. Из них своим родным языком белорусский называли 14 602 человека, русский — 22 386 человек и литовский — 1 622 респондента. Подавляющее большинство белорусов являются гражданами Литвы. Именно благодаря политике литовского руководства, которое в начале 1990-х гг. предоставило национальным меньшинствам право беспрепятственного получения гражданства, республика не знала социальных потрясений соседних Латвии и Эстонии. (ru)
  • The Belarusian minority in Lithuania (Belarusian: беларусы, biełarusy, Russian: белорусы, byelorusy, Lithuanian: baltarusiai or gudai) numbered 36,200 persons at the 2011 census, and at 1.2% of the total population of Lithuania, being the third most populous national minority. The Belarusian national minority in Lithuania has deep historical, cultural and political relations. Many famous Belarusians lived and created in Lithuania, mostly its capital Vilnius; it was in Vilnius that the first standardized Belarusian language grammar was printed in. According to the 2011 census, only 18.4% of Belarusians speak Belarusian as their mother tongue, while Russian is native for 56.3%, Polish - 9.3%, Lithuanian - 5.2% of Belarusians. The most widespread religion among Belarusians are Roman Catholicism (49.6%) and Orthodox (32.3%). Francysk Skaryna gymnasium is the only Belarusian school in Vilnius. One Catholic church in Vilnius (St. Bartholomew’s Church) provides religious services in Belarusian. (en)
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  • Белорусы Литвы, по данным официальной статистики, являются третьим по численности национальным меньшинством в стране после поляков и русских. В 2001 году в Литовской Республике проживало 42 866 этнических белорусов, что составляло 1,23 % от общего населения. Из них своим родным языком белорусский называли 14 602 человека, русский — 22 386 человек и литовский — 1 622 респондента. (ru)
  • The Belarusian minority in Lithuania (Belarusian: беларусы, biełarusy, Russian: белорусы, byelorusy, Lithuanian: baltarusiai or gudai) numbered 36,200 persons at the 2011 census, and at 1.2% of the total population of Lithuania, being the third most populous national minority. The Belarusian national minority in Lithuania has deep historical, cultural and political relations. Many famous Belarusians lived and created in Lithuania, mostly its capital Vilnius; it was in Vilnius that the first standardized Belarusian language grammar was printed in. (en)
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