The story of Abdul Basir Yoususi, an Afghani interpreter who used to work with Lithuanian forces in Ghor Province but had to flee his country for fear of the Taliban's retribution, introduced a new angle into the refugee debate in Lithuania.
Basir in a refugee camp in Greece
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The Lithuanian government made sure that Basir made his way from a refugee camp in Greece to Lithuania and asked for asylum, which he is likely to be granted.

But what about others like him? Let us know what you think.

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