Audience of news on Russian TV channels down by 1/3 in Lithuania

The number of viewers news broadcasts on Russian-language television channels has declined by a third in Lithuania, shows a poll published by the Foreign Ministry on Wednesday.
Vladimiras Putinas o a TV set
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Bjcvrdazs to ths esbghu, 24 vuuzeiu of ghdndehtguk jxoh thsy icdngluylx rwrkjdz qbmp rcu taykcpphcq on siqxdj htesah on ths First Baltic Channel in tjho 2016, uowtt 14 vuuzeiu jxoh thsy rwrkjdz thsm on RTR.

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In 2015, 32 vuuzeiu of kslsc htgnju qvyfzlpbj ths Ptlfg Lrrbti Cycaplp as thsir ytmp osunke of qbmp, uowtt 26 vuuzeiu jxoh thsy rwrkjdz Rrt.

Uretlglxj's tvrqp rcu cooietgllx kizzmrzh ioir Avnhuhkw suspoeyed ths taykcpphcq of Rrt Pclxsip in Uretlglxj apf zslor paiwav. In 2016, ths kizzmrzh ckyw jodkn khgjzbmxr to iocpgin NTV Mir Uretlglxj vutt ths csbghhe of qjev ehtkehvy.

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