Lithuania one of few EU countries to import less Gazprom gas last year

Lithuania was one of the few EU countries to reduce its dependence on Russian gas supplied by Gazprom last year, with 20 countries including Germany, Italy, Britain and Denmark all importing more gas from the Russian energy giant in 2015.
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