Restrictions on Russia's RTR Planeta TV channel end in Lithuania

Restrictions on Russian TV channel RTR Planeta ended in Lithuania on Tuesday. The Lithuanian Radio and Television Commission vows, however, to impose even tougher sanctions, if violations are repeated.
RTR, Russian TV Channel
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