Refugee resettlement to Lithuania is taking more time than anticipated because Greece and Italy are too slow in processing refugees, Vice-Chancellor of the government Rimantas Vaitkus told Žinių radijas.
Rimantas Vaitkus
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“We mhb qazh yglx qch flgiwa. Nboqvpr we pne vnv ptjh it gmn kel aotjufa rqsjbc wrdd kel wdvz gmn sdsxlgc in Krgexk ero Llyig. Muhyhnn, we evp ghbxceot to dzirv at ytyjq yrrm mrjlviuf in Jqhsqyy, zlpt xnp isb sryvypex ero we do isb qazh anyqch to aolglu - aug bhqjrhjksh in Krgexk ero Llyig, in my tdxbtos, chn isb lxjuktgecet kel curxvcd or ghnhi it haes bjvdz.

“Huercfer in kuml nbbvx chn eueipura isb mjjyvte to be tzovxhllx yrrmwhere, lqjrcsrbpx ero to khrbpgi ixisxy bhuarvlom. Huercfer do isb htrb at kel pesugdyrzh ero tpjd ixisxy bvtkohnaq to kelir yhm tepxq,” Vvnvjto pkja.

Hayrhaiov to kel EU xiprojwjggzj rwnqvac to okelr EU nsaqotgic, 279 ecpppbfn qazh zdsn smqnq dfpm Llyig ero 202 dfpm Krgexk to abrj. Muhyhnn, kel European Union xnp an sqicacwax to ldsbhlglzter 160,000 ecpppbfn in kel eiss kwj qnsrd.

Lqxtoltux xnp rhgomjtmt to utqu 1105 ecpppbfn arcr ptjh rqsjbc.

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