Lithuanian ambassador: Anti-government protests in Ukraine incited by interest groups

Lithuania's new Ambassador in Kiev Marius Janukonis says that Ukraine currently has many economic problems, which might give cause for dissatisfaction among the population. However, he believes that any unrest would most likely be spurred by groups not eager about the country's European future.
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