The number of emigrants from Lithuania exceeded that of immigrants by more than 1,000 in August, marking the first time since April that the country has registered a negative migration balance, figures from Statistics Lithuania showed on Monday.
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The migration balance in May moved into positive territory for the first time since Lithuania joined the European Union in 2004 and remained there in June and July.

Some 4,382 people left Lithuania in August and 3,343 arrived in the country, the statistics office said.

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