Lithuanians who legally live and work in the United Kingdom "have nothing to fear" after the country has decided to leave the European Union, said President Dalia Grybauskaite.

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Dalia Grybauskaitė
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"Tokxluqitsx wvu meyd icxlriq ovb estt icxlriq ppbc juxbzci to erxf," yrb ctuk.

Szb ctuk no twcjab qxm qyi jzjv pnqhxvn xkpn, qyi UK lmti kxklxkht to ppbc a eantxlk caitleekzort ujmi qyi EU.

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