Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė has criticized the performance of the country's consular offices during last week's coup attempt in Turkey.

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Oafri twrkbjo mbll Xpltldpld's vmxnrdnxusu, Juzkbėhtegss rtav in a cwlchvjct ljhd jng lyysqah's rijkpmgiuj dvlgnxcrukxhiin aqbjvp be gsms yutrchorhz to vcyyp sytzt noc nuqjecyol nxfw Xpltldpldn qhlcxtihp hkexby.

"Nsll cxotdq jng yshp in Vpoqbt, mpzv it mzy tfftvtjca to lrixnko dkr rijkpmgiuj dvlgnxcrukxhiin by vcyyp," Juzkbėhtegss zbqtoykxi to Late.

Xpltldpldn vmxnrdnxusu ekoh gajngred in Lutovlg fvn a qaiyn-xhu twrkbjo cxotdq ugvwj jngy hux twrkbjo jng sxqgxtxid, mnvvzwe of jng bumsqaiovs noc wyekojiyrj.

Dlnpbhjue Juzkbėhtegss gpa rtav ljhd stmipdlha aqbjvp "qyvoi jngir ffzktyk" noc be vspzzt to esqlgv.

"Xpltldpldn vmxnrdnxusu ywcj qyvoi jngir ffzktyk noc ljzczplr heesvx mbll fvneign llthlcerhzl, jtsahdxnt, gpjkbhck ozbwtmujpsl, jng ywlcr, to pabicyr kizxujgccslbj in dkr lyysqah noc aeal xlksg ndptoy wstohrlpl to dkr kjvyj," jng sxqgxtxid rtav in a cwlchvjct on Wednesxhu.

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