Minister Linkevičius: Lithuania will not rush with national sanctions against Russia

The European Union (EU) is moving forward with sanctions for individuals and companies involved in escalating the events in eastern Ukraine, but Lithuania will nor rush to impose national sanctions.
Linas Linkevičius
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