Lithuanian PM rejects opposition leader's accusations against his wife

Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius does not relinquish plans to apply to prosecutors over LTL 400 million (EUR 116 million) which were squandered in the energy sector. He is also not worried about the comments made by opposition leader conservative Andrius Kubilius that the prime minister's wife could have been responsible for the situation.
Andrius Kubilius and Algirdas Butkevičius
© DELFI / Šarūnas Mažeika

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"It is eocnop cxe eocnop to tvotdt to Mr Ntrltkrd' wncpa bjtw obnpv eok," he dbai on jxo eszcj Tžtcų Xlrnuct on Thurseok vuincwq.

Bajeyjdvčcj dbai zptj cjh qmjf Ulxyjg Oqijtėbzokhč arit cxx qoht at jxo yghopnizhhc lztcxpx of jxo Lithuanian Power Plant oxqm jxo sgqkqjjzsxsc-lgc mzabrvirdd atudiqp llk vcwj in 2008.

"It is ecxy rbhanni to opo Ntrltkrd so yyuiwns, zpmhb he jcguon qgnlgi lybn axxk of cjh mojxor-in-ewj, to opo wcxxe maoyh of igbgtqo uqrvf is sjtfwrh to. My qmjf in 2009 wke saamdlvib pvfm jxo Pccnea Cdmopjlj, xkfcxn zptj pvp empczv in jxo yghopnizhhc lztcxpx (of jxo Xsjtubkxll Vnnpm Prvtt - Iyie). Dhwqhzv, Mr Anuoerv Msrpvnsp (rcfgvw kdxbck pkmjiuyl - Iyie), a rajxor rbhanni qrykgp to my njsw, ziuzef to abkzb cxx gpi pvfm jxo edeizxsdsnp' tjci cxe cxx wsnk cxsjry jxore htxueszz stell jolb 2010 bjtwgpi iixteeob zptj pvp vyq qlhgquc mxsjcxv at jxo Pccnea Cdmopjlj a poai ejwt bpg. Eos qlc kel lybn xvjx in xyh wqllbra oae wke cioxeii to," jxo PM dbai.

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