Lithuania, according to the 2023 estimates, has 2,400 Jews. Jews have a deep connection to Lithuania, as it was home to a historically large and influential Jewish community. Consequently, a large number of Jews throughout the world can trace their roots back to the region and are considered “Litvaks.” Lithuanian Jews live harmoniously with the general Lithuanian population and there has been a somewhat recent revival of Jewish learning in the community. Despite some manifestations of antisemitism, Jews in Lithuania enjoy a relative sense of security. The Jewish community in Lithuania is represented by the Jewish Community of Lithuania – the Lithuanian affiliate of the World Jewish Congress.