Lithuania to seek sanctions for Russia until it leaves Ukraine

Lithuania will seek that sanctions for Russia are continued until it "withdraws from the illegally occupied territory of Ukraine," Lithuania's Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Tuesday, marking three years of occupation of Crimea.
Foreign Minister Linkevičius in Ukraine

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