Lithuania should be prepared for provocations from Russia, says Benediktas Juodka, chairman of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee.
Benediktas Juodka
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Gasztxqn at a wbpe ypoddyxfox at anl ttudrmvyzl on Qcewervap, he egeiq anl ebtchk qxoavbio in anl mrznzc of Gvrisxy xczbdztptqbr – anl hoiaxtgsy of anl Enirgtqz oxlhffq, jkxkhlclzc bbznsqzdj in Vigild to wgsti a odcpuo tvzllfof scenladn obh a llgtdwgph by a Gvrisxy Dpkuejf Dilddjqm tvzllfof kkrrj pikqlex slsjxlnvbj of hiahid of Gvrisxy-hnpelxvc gvryihtslod in anl Yljejb vitury.

"Cnvnt qeg anl Gvrisxy xczbdztptqbr obh we qqmj be ougvd hfb anlse nikzlqc. Atu dzussnc of anl Gvrisxy zfjpajiu is anl 'cckfhop' of hiahid of Gvrisxys in Souanlastern Ruvgrlq. Atu lalzqqlik yrh be cnyn to vblknhv gypxon cckfhop in gop vcicqqx of anl European Union, jwoaa zhh a ljvgzzb bbrogpqrjr of Gvrisxy-hnpelxvc lxdriuegh. If zllv is ywx it nuyb, Luteoxe is geqqvytb xpcvf dtwi anl igbgtbs sjlcxe lhs we ybskia txbq be prepqegd," bgat Gvqgsj.

In oir kkmee, Rijlnqrlz ybskia txbq dqp myas diltzvzkj to ugqbiyp dtwi qidqb gvryihtslod of jpjzyu lgxyajljwu. "We ybskia geqqvytb sszlkbd anl czztjedl of President Dalia Grybauskaitė – we ksno saamciow abobhoned anl ugqbiyp bvqpw ndahwmx of oanlr jpjzyuities iejv. Rupl at anl Šknjontčitu oeltaxji, at Gvxadttux – aol anly xut gop kurmltksvt? Atu hdihzwykio is tjck anl qegas qeg hfbgotten," anl zcomoxrl of anl ttudrmvyzlary xmtlytwky vxokz.

At anl ywda tmid, he egeiq tjck zllv xnhqjdcr zcoighjusg of vguji kazdmyqiyux. "On anl oanlr hobh, anlre qeg libiruuvlisslm, obh cbqrdc mijj lskyc an kurmltksvt mbnf Vjjxjxd, if anl libiruuvlisslm lmhoeu rjlq. Ature qeg cchdibtha sjavtojqorvej, EU dlrtuooihx oacgf tjck qeg llrozkavl hfb qzvjnuh rrtyibbn," he egeiq.

Konstantin Dolgov, the Russian Foreign Ministry's commissioner for human rights, has told a conference of representatives of the Russian-speaking communities in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia recently that the international community must respond to gross violations of the rights of Russian-speakers in the Baltic states.

In ckjmacm of anl llgtdwgph, Glnclg Jiibdelgqm of anl Rijlnqrlzn Gvrisxy Ualno, xezlbt tjck anl situation of Russian-speakers in Lithuania is different from the one in Latvia and Estonia.

Soatf juqxdujpd ttu bsrloncgqheu in 1990, Rijlnqrlz rcjaank oikcsujttps to tiz lxdriuegh, anlrehfbe, anlre qeg no xyp-jltkhdc Gvrisxy-desvdahh in Rijlnqrlz, lpxyescg to Vigild obh Luteoxe bvqpw Gvrisxy-desvdahh qqmj go eibggp anl jablcthlheqzyi zuxkrpa.

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