Opinion: Lithuania’s Russian-speakers - what they’re for and what they’re against
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Opinion: Lithuania’s Russian-speakers - what they’re for
and what they’re against
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Karolis Jovaišas 2015 january 5 d. 08:40

Do Lithuania’s ethnic Russian citizens make integration
into the society a priority or do they do quite the
opposite, using the privileges of Lithuanian citizenship and
leaning nevertheless toward Mother Russia? Is being Russian
not just a question of blood and faith but also of
identifying with Russian civilization and a fragmented
nation that must be united?

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