Lithuania's government hopes the European Union will make the final decision on stopping the biannual time switch this year already.
Lithuania's government is proposing to Brussels to stop changing the clocks twice a year in the European Union , instead staying on summer time permanently.
Lithuania's government is expected to endorse its position on Wednesday against changing the clocks twice a year in the European Union .
Lithuania will switch to daylight-saving time on Sunday, March 25, by setting clocks one hour forward at 3 a.m. local time.
Lithuania's parliamentarians on Thursday endorsed the decision taken by the cabinet earlier this week, suggesting that Lithuania should be free to decide on...