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“I think it’s a strange advertising choice, but I believe it does not cross the line in a democratic country,” Skvernelis said according to AP.
“As to the timing, we are speaking about a very important visit to Lithuania.
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We sit down with Joe and Lukas of Mc Loud to discuss the Lithuanian band's background, how Joe got involved with them, how the history of the country plays a role in their music, recording in the nude, why Joe has a passion for producing bands that are not his own, and much more!
Throughout, it is the daily trials of ordinary Lithuanians from rural villages that tell the story.
Beyond recording events, Sutkus’ keen eye finds history in human faces.
A right-wing rally is scheduled later in Vilnius on Wednesday to protest the municipality's moves.
The advertisement, originally developed by students of the Atomic Garden School in January, features a nude woman laying on a bed sheet printed with a map of Europe.
Her hand clutches Lithuania in a sexually suggestive manner and the text above her reads “Vilnius, the G-spot of Europe” and “Nobody knows where it is, but when you find it, it’s amazing.” Lithuanian priests denounced the ad, objecting to the use of “women’s sexuality for advertising” and saying that it promoted “wrong ideas” about Vilnius, according to The Associated Press.
The timing of the Go Vilnius tourism agency’s attempt to make the ad go viral, just ahead of the Papal visit, also drew ire from the Catholic Church.
(RELATED: Famous Christ Statue Set Ablaze Ahead Of Pope’s Visit) Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis rejected that criticism Tuesday, saying he does not believe the ad crosses a line.