Lithuanian teachers who used to go to the Russian Kaliningrad region to teach the Lithuanian language there have lately been facing increasing obstacles and refused labour visas, a scheme Lithuania's political scientists view as a way of pushing the Lithuanian spirit out of the enclave.
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