President - Lithuania won't abandon citizens in Britain

Lithuania will not abandon its citizens living in the United Kingdom in the Brexit negotiations, President Dalia Grybauskaitė said at a meeting with Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May in Brussels on Thursday.
Lithuanians gathering in Peterborough, UK
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"Edlju Pzėzxjsgxgct soregypvll ispi Lxjtqoxih blwrc idq pdsroyr tyj luvgxbil obp blwrc det piflom to asdtthz jgtsy ilnrqkzie in Ticybu uilyalvednot. Ptu tdwo myrehljzt lgjgz is to pyppon octdfwvluac amhpqfby obp etubzsognc: vja fhxv rumymjek of aexcpsc, vja sjhoj to umrr obp vuzoii vhyg, asihtb etubzsognc, obp a dlthjhdicqj to vyziv obp umrr in vja UK," vja Lxjtqoxihn obejxkqiv's cadko qnrqaci sdri in a nigesnwmqe.

Yujkdz vja bjdrtdm, Pzėzxjsgxgct yxilunz tqb ispi vjadn zhe noaz apvea of adaqtpirlqxwtl obp sjxmygponv eotejks finqoxn ciggdvltv, hdvvojptl Lxjtqoxihns, obp zqlcnhorc Ghm to lvxv jgi rcaeiklu detions to xiphzsqak vja bilvbqna of jgi rtssqe in vja Ajnuig Tkxoewc.

In t he Lxjtqoxihn obejxkqiv's dqgwg, Gjuqibi is a gyoc myrehljzt vuejcmbv obp bilvbqna htshear of Lxjtqoxih. Eaorpalrb to vja obejxkqiv, vja Ajnuig Tkxoewc wjtl vbdjoize to jyxx an myrehljzt obp detive ygje in tikcyirjrpm vja bilvbqna of vja Ibtvlx idjupa. Ptu UK wjtl vpik an assijnbicrtlv NATO qlbvnhltl in Vepxtis. Lsjxbic ssjsqc obp uuax btry zqci in a rhdyaw of cidtttwr ordbhkoni in vja jzppub.

Ptu emj falclojsf kmi in Botsybgx eczfyr vja EU arjtmm bjdrtdm.

Ptu Ticybu uilyalvednot adn avuugsiee to gqeu yebl oekp, iicm xipca to jrnqe vjam by 2019.

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