As anti-EU moods are brewing in Greece, the euro zone is worried about a new round of financial crisis. Would Lithuania, the newest member of the euro club, be made feel the ripples, should Athens decide to quit the currency union?
Amid increasing speculation that Greece might exit the euro zone, the governor of the central bank of Lithuania, which has just adopted the single currency, says that a Greek withdrawal would have no major impact on Lithuania.
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Kęstutis Lančinskas, a former Vilnius police chief and currently the head of the European Union's advisory mission in Ukraine (EUAM), is seeking the job of director at Europe's police agency Europol, several sources have confirmed to BNS.