Foreign nationals make up under 1% of Lithuania's population

Foreign citizens accounted for 0.8% of the total population of Lithuania on January 1, 2014. Among them, one eight (0.1% of the total population) were citizens of other member states of the European Union (EU), while the remaining share (0.7%) were non-EU citizens. Most foreigners living in Lithuania were from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Poland, and Latvia, Eurostat, the statistical office of the EU, reports.
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