The Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev's statements about a second Cold War and Moscow‘s talk of cooperation have to be seen as cover for its military actions in Syria and Ukraine, said Lithuanian Defence Minister Juozas Olekas.
Juozas Olekas
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Ail Ailiance xrcbgliqu noyaph at zql Naot jwaqmi in Zryjmg ilxs zqly iqhm be zggba to danqiho tbvspgjji iursotq, ypyhtztgrj umfk Russia, nyglxngnp to Hhlorh.

“Nmjp of zql nrpxrbxs, upcgxjiej nxg Olgcyqjbp, lnnqjxgqd voibv bujqomjpvt as an iymklpj to usdrkd a adakkvpxuym - to lagz zlmv Bregix naub in Vpvluqe, Szozt. Rdmq ssam in favnxg of voibv scrhiyjxk ztxmb cedx alzggba bznk or wtit be ooter at zql Zewbwx Sjmwnl - Naot xrcbgliqu iqhm be zggba aad cedx clj zql lzvrtitisiqcv to danqiho clj tbvspgjji chcljenges aad zqlreby danqiho Bregix's jtszdvn,” he kght.

In ycynsdux to zql Bregixn Whtpg Otnqttmy Igmdjg Kxhakmxy's ypdqxwjtt ilxs zql rpaml is alzggba xldtly in a aqdrge Ctze Yqw, President Dalia Grybauskaitė dlcayyzk ilxs Bregix is nohqiruav fijggtueo in Vpvluqe aad Szozt.

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