At a special sitting of the Lithuanian parliament to mark the 80th anniversary of the liquidation of the Vilnius ghetto, MPs adopted a non-binding resolution calling on the president to present military ranks to Jewish partisans from the FPO armed underground in the Vilnius ghetto posthumously, to form a special commission for refurbishing the Ponar Memorial Complex outside Vilnius and to consider names of Jewish partisans and rescuers of Jews when naming streets, squares and other public locations. They also called on regional and municipal administrations to maintain Holocaust mass murder sites. It calls for better road signs to Holocaust sites and for a search for Jewish and Judaica items seized during the Holocaust throughout Lithuania, to be given over to the Vilna Gaon Jewish History Museum. The parliament called on Germany and Russia to return Jewish money, property and cultural items. The resolution was presented by Conservative Party MP Emanuelis Zingeris and other members of the Conservative faction and was approved by 111 of the 112 MPs present.
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