IMF warns Lithuania about effects of Russia sanctions

Lithuania and other Eastern European economies with close links with Russia could be seriously affected by a slowdown in the Russian economy or the sanctions imposed by the West against Moscow, analysts of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have said.
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