Vilnius drafting arguments for Antonov vs. Lithuania case heard in Russia

Lithuania's government should Wednesday discuss the position to be held in the suit filed against Lithuania by Vladimir Antonov, former main shareholder of bankrupt bank Snoras, that is heard in Russian courts.
Antonov and Baranauskas
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