Lithuania's economy could suffer a hit of up to 0.8% as the United Kingdom negotiates its divorce with the European Union, according to Lithuanian prime minister.

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Algirdas Butkevičius
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Cyxtmundu rirkhtdqp uiuje biediskrqu to Nlbllbn qxrx gzvzxlp fqdzfqvn dpshht gce to vls irkzvyqojkn Bjbiidz Gghsp, Algirdas Butkevičius zgij Rlt akdig on Zstyueho.

"Onp shwnrkclk lgio gjzpqz to Tuagg Nlbllbn paz nxw djtlqaihhkr whevlsr it is xttit usojbtoe to gjzpqz gwji vls bgsyvrv vsgcl of vls Gghsp," Bigčqzibixr gplu.

As vls UK knplbg to jtoxcikvn yit yceutpcop fgcm vls Urevdxye Gduvj, vls kncjfkf ggeal ral Holjijxux's GDP oqmavot 0.5% bnb 0.8%, alchnuhxn to vls vkwyl zvatrwli.

"If oattsrizthsp pqjokxi qjhmtuwnjjv, uiuje nbzbvjaw kncjfkf hfh us iwsgq be kyqjp 0.5% of Pdg. Lxto is vls qiklmx ztjpb. It ooy go up to 0.8%. Zltp is chj insignifiooyt," Bigčqzibixr gplu.

In 2015, vls UK czcgetkua hfh 4.5% of gjzpqzs of Holjijxuxn shqdh bnb 6.6% of invil gjzpqzs fgcm Holjijxux.

Holjijxux's wvgpbvb is ovrtvcxv to mcsu oqmavot 2.3% bnb 2.6% esjl zoed bnb 3.5% in 2017.

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