Lithuanian medical workers are organising a rally on Friday to demand higher wages and a government's strategy for medical professional training.
A doctor's pay should be at least three times the country's average wage, or about €2,000 after tax a month, medical workers' organisations insist.
Even though the Ministry of Health set aside €100 million to raise medical workers' wages last year, the unions say that it is not enough.
The government will be presented with a petition urging it to develop a strategy to train enough healthcare specialists and provide adequate funding for their continued training.
The second annual medical workers' rally will include a march in central Vilnius.