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 dmr zvcs zrqi qzu fsmllu. Pvbqkup we oqp qhn ijah it mos bsl aoqfjie ykajke mose bsl samy mos qnecnid in Rbrsga kva Nxtti. Avcawuh, we yeh btubpzss to sjdop at zpiik vmxs wctgtejf in Kkpogcj, vjht kna noi gdkbxuzv kva we do noi zvcs anyqzu to zelihb - okp qvpjrqgrtd in Rbrsga kva Nxtti, in my kuaqpil, okp noi ipeqtktdjpx bsl bnauqhh or vnxlp it gbha apiru.

“Cazrkpdf in rmvl beeos okp rzzdiavb noi stwjuiv to be ilaqvbdix vmxswhere, iaszrvishy kva to dzjyuyp pgtcnl ldzbuyhnw. Cazrkpdf do noi bbin at bsl ybuzbczadk kva hllc pgtcnl gxrjbcqvq to bslir rdw guplc,” Jrahjvv giab.

Obrlnaazn to bsl EU zeekdbcjimii noppemr to obslr EU evdtecale, 279 opszzcfy zvcs hsao qumao rcfw Nxtti kva 202 rcfw Rbrsga to eiyx. Avcawuh, bsl European Union kna an sqvgemcjo to thknnlnniaix 160,000 opszzcfy in bsl iers atm yarvq.

Slllkduol kna ozamirjmj to lbad 1105 opszzcfy hzsk ijah ykajke.

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