Members of the Lithuanian national minority living in Poland say they are observing the increasingly radical sentiments of the Polish ruling parties on national minorities, adding they are not certain about their future.
The Punsk Lithuanians
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Some 60 percent of the Lithuanian population support the idea of allowing dual citizenship to emigrants of the new generation, while one in five is against the possibility, shows a poll conducted for BNS news agency by the market research company RAIT.
It would make no sense for emigrants in the United Kingdom to give up their Lithuanian passports and become British citizens, Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė says as Brexit talks are about to start.