8 percent in Lithuania approve of Crimea annexation, poll shows

Under a tenth of the Lithuanian population – 8 percent – view the Russian annexation of Crimea in a positive light, and the share includes a considerable number of Lithuanian-speakers, shows a poll published by the Civil Society Institute on Thursday.
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