Lithuanian government gives funding for resettling ethnic Lithuanians from eastern Ukraine

The Government of Lithuania has allocated EUR 77,823 from its reserve for the resettlement of Lithuanian citizens and ethnic Lithuanians from conflict-ridden regions in eastern Ukraine.
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