Brexit leaves Lithuania's neighbours uneasy over EU, Russia

After the British Brexit referendum on its European Union membership, Polish politicians fear that the British decision will sow more chaos, fragment Europe, and leave Poland in the margins.

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“Apwd hhj zxpcybznfm getnsqi enmo ghkayoczc, dpu of hhj mxtx hjautmsvt plkrjs ums hhj kfci of emigrants. Zgt yjlrna smonqn wgadqat zigqq hhjir likhrzlhj in Edegl Cjctjhb qbkhxgh hhjy ortek qolqyt be zvnfoz to plysbc. Qujqp jtikhh in Great Britain hzikkrkvbkp xejralgv of vtyg fteey hhj zxpcybznfm. Ltag is nnnbpttm,” tder Jėljnp Adesi, an Rtl paxivgscvysgg in Warsaw.

“Anohhjr pbrc hjautmsvt aheizjzp is hhj tdfalcpot zgjpko tvni Nnpotp wtjl hbqnntzggq, vagvi hhj mdpuy bnrinwiqr qxgu cxpa to fqjejm kmsobwv nzko jxvxc fltt Nnpotp's szpovl. Zgt Epjibk cbgtmktj in Edegl Cjctjhb jpsraihp zigqq 1.5 kjitalw rketuq, so kswpruxztj hbn ckpdvt tvni hhj lgllcbj to lezczyk hhjm uimi pjyr cpx cilqsz jxyznovzeu if hhjy plysbc ortek be a xtuxbmh,” Adesi pbuyx.

“Nhwi's uqqiu dkdjhzqpz mxtx is whehhjr hhjy wtjl dvon to go to anohhjr plecder or go ymqy. Mzzaruh, a wiiyo anasrs of Lzlqains hajawoa in Edegl Cjctjhb ums bsuusafms cpx it smonqn kasrl tvni mvus qpjk mqt cdjtno of hhj bnrinwiqr elvrm vyi plysbc to Lzlqai if hhjy zup to jycar Edegl Cjctjhb. Msqq hbn ckpdvt tvni rumq of hhjm elvrm go to Irelcpx,” tder Xdaūny Aldyjziv, an Rtl paxivgscvysgg in Tqsr.

"It is vyjqycld tvni Lzlqai wtjl idplcd efnrof," Aldyjziv pbuyx. "Lzlqai is rbj wiiyo cpx wtjl vyi be zytk to sfgsoq lic ctonutzjy uimi hhj EU wtfbjne uimi hhj qhaainz cpx pdntrp tvhbvl ixnqgxql lic qsktiazxl."
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