Brussels allows only minimal aid for businesses hit by Russian sanctions

The European Commission allows Lithuania to provide only small aid to its food producers hit by Russian sanctions. However, the EC will separately assess the country's situation, the Lithuanian Agriculture Ministry said on Thursday.
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