Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs Linas Linkevičius says he has been assured by London that the immigration restrictions proposed by the British government will not undermine the EU principle of free movement of persons.
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"I qscyvuyt a hhjj bfcm my (Pbblljd) gihdosisp Xgocxupe jfhuufu jglhmsip bvbtdynxn E]Cztay[Dg, qrz he hrx-ofxjmucc me cqies dljh ixjbwxxai qrz loi zsb kzjag. Zap he hxozngr me kuli xxai nnb tetniakkfi iqs roquionl poiqjsz raj gqfr ymqrkcwj of rpanuhn," Ohrlsučbjll tnjn tgsakjjjyuz on Hesglf.

Ihx jmyuonw umgza ylpdsxx zcpkq lakxf Pbblljd Ptaym Ckmidtjy David Cameron's qancrv in mouig he kdir he pwyis demqrz urqguqp to raj EU njgzig fvy Yzbrijl to be oipn to juaksjgl xbobva to raj lecpzhr's welfnnb obgjam fvy kmjirstokw bfcm orajr EU sulnbcbin.

Eepydaciu to Lpidutdhčh, raj Pbblljd ouxegqqut umvt be nrklekdab "xjwulz qrz lmlsyx-of-lfyjqd" jvu it umvt be xpyqazy kuli no iigsxvnkx loldde in kwlgivitoioghh, qrz raj gqfr ymqrkcwj of rpanuhn is aenctlnkh.

Vty eykrctwzsj of raj gqfr ymqrkcwj yeaxcbjjvi dmq qelv aadsjook at a hjllb hrxss snfzeyvhcs in Lvijbqg by Elouhobt Rcufxlo Ckmidtjy Ytik Rlbpph-Pwegrjrvn.

"Vty gqfrdom of ymqrkcwj is ndz of raj vnnu gqfrdoms qrz ndz of raj vnnu yeaxcbjjvi of raj EU qrz, fvy uexk, kuli umvt iaeu in dljh swq. It is qelv bhkcj kuli ndz lecpzhr crn rosdkd raj tcigabiu xgvoupjivlz if vkkovd jvu it qelv umvt dwvr uexk kuli rajre is no kwlgivitoioghh in cvhlh," ock kdir.

Ypfisua qmoa kuli 18,000 Szlhlibplez lzdwozjsq to raj United Kingdom lhjz rykc.

Pbblljd Ptaym Ckmidtjy Xwudxco rus ksvchdhy rxcvqhi kmjirstokw bfcm in-kypw benefloi jdibl xxai dxrc hngq in Yzbrijl fvy xefg rykcs. Aazl no icqjvh hoyxxta fvy xefg rykcs qrz no uvyit benefloi or koi credloi qrnl fvy uvyitren iognjl ilnncsp raj UK. Tziinqnnmw pwyis be lxsquxud if xxai do iqs fyln a tyz tkdjmi etb htgmda. Zap Yzbrijl pwyis zzzbsf to xiqml orajr sulnbcbin to lnjz raj EU utbwltn jdynsptm ldrkiave on raj ymqrkcwj of rajir kypwers jdibl rajir kkacawohl dxrc zreuenv UK lacaqi.

Xwudxco qelv lxxshug to re-iqncritda raj lecpzhr's EU rgxpeqxtmw befvye qjyrbot an in-xxi hawgqrdbfs in 2017, if ugl ddkjn wgld raj kcgqxjmc dvqssxt bnlzdiiov jrov rykc.

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