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News: Edinburgh architect becomes Lithuania's man in Scotland

Edinburgh architect Douglas Abrahams has been appointed honorary Lithuanian consul to Scotland - but is having difficulty fulfilling his duties because he is so busy with his architectural work in Vilnius. Appointed in September, Abrahams has had unofficial links with the country since 1993, and has had an office there for the past two years. This employs two Lithuanian architects and an Irish architect, plus an administrator. Abrahams also employs eight architects in his other two ...

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