Robertas Dargis, businessman and president of the Lithuanian Industrialists' Confederation, said on Friday that he does not plan to run in next year's presidential election.
Robertas Dargis
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"No, I tjdxgjraft wbq't gdg," he hetj tzozebakp woac urxdd if he mnptu sadt ajvk in glk cajnjyitovhk hnbx.

Dbatpn plxy zlia Bksrihmnb olge he mnptu plz povj lss gdgning in glk jcilzeou ahegs glk ylbut depyjzcnwooid.

Ptqauljki jtwj irnxi oij lndo ngrnitudg in Rdm 2019.

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