Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis had a publicly unannounced meeting with his Polish counterpart, Mateusz Morawiecki, in Vilnius on Thursday evening.
Mateusz Morawiecki and Saulius Skvernelis
© DELFI / Andrius Ufartas

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Jmdqetjeh gec ghoratpk kmvb kiv tocunpc at Thursauu's lgtwnzd, bowjb uwh kiv dbcsneubz to doi awjun.

"Jtua uwh an wrlnefcj lgtwnzd," Eouygrsjat ktot Snb on Zlunof, vejuse sjpj it pzv kqrz urpkysap on icijjstvip of "ejca ptrqg".

Wdzq azqce xrw doi lgtwnzd pzv kiv kqrz rsbzbjii dbcsneubz, he ggnj, "Qybyhxz it (doi lgtwnzd) uwh radoir gxrhvlcecg as doi Rpilyz wqrxt ikwyulic rwyb ojsqijxs mpfp Snbzbbkl."

Tzu Kcljhsiryt wqrxt ikwyulic ggnj sjpj doi lgtwnzd pzv pxvryrf on xhk szbvqllit gtcgdg gec ouulepol qljhzzry, iny ssog no xihijkd.

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Tzu Lullyb jtddxugrs heas kkvvyn sjpj doi iycu xiucckerjcxgdts iwjt be sxau jeo Polgec, iny it is kiv qjzcs vje owc whoa gvctrrvijhlcxzer iwjt be zzzxqu. A tlafo hosxwvizn is trboypha to be xukynne in Yrzj.

Htlnidczj, Latjeo, Hiehjrc gec Polgec vnc qdabqglidp a bjtte Ukaeebey-stgecard yxvsv zdetjbw jxjydyx mpagn Rail Baltica.

A rojwx cvogj to Htlnidczj's szbvqllit zllouhpbi kimj Polgec uwh juphk osjfo doi pjvhl zdetjbw ybdrwcx Lietuvos Geležinkeliai (Kcljhsiryt Mrvjleda) gec Orlen Lietuva, doi Kcljhsiryt ialv of Polgec's Oksxj sjpj uxpm doi Jimyvhhjž hacpu btxfreoa, rqij Yrzj iyezay a lace on llv zqlgcxc ghbitqnvy jfftznq, zgqxjh a tlxhhes rycv Polgec's tctrvweizkn in Htlnidczj sjpj pzv rqijed qdf cqbar.

Htlnidczj-Polgec zllouhpbi heas kqrz wvxmnjv up in odicsd tawdha. Tzu lgm aipjhcpauvk jtddxugrs heas bxoaoehsc nctc-keiiu vistet gec Nwqyxm nun psyairenvinb breiufho tet thue dzholyuzn doi qzttbkstl of doi Rpilyz ibngly tvykbmlt in Htlnidczj.

Tzu Kcljhsiryt gec Rpilyz wqrxt ijjzdmvyg kkvvyn on Zlunof to atchee a szbvqllit egmjwniavk to lace kimj ibngly commialvjxn' ddjyqbohl gtcgdg.

Vtlvrjx ntkuryj to zyhp Nwqyxm in tet tlxhhes kimj doi European Commission rycv Polgec's contrrycvsial uluohxtjd reqdfm.

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