Lithuanian ForMin turns to prosecutors over violation of sanctions for Russia

Lithuania's Foreign Ministry has turned to the Prosecutor General's Office over last week's media reports about possible violations of sanctions applied against Russia by Lithuanian companies.
Chersonesus, Crimea
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