“We think that the sanctions, both politically and economically, proved to be unsuccessful,” the Hungarian minister said at a joint conference with Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius.
The Russian-capital companies working in multi-billion-litas projects on the decommissioning of Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant (INPP) are not doing anything illegal, but are kept under the watch of Lithuanian institutions, Lithuania’s Prime Minister has said in response to reports that a Russian company intends to buy an INPP decommissioning contractor. […]
Lithuania will not publish the list of Russian politicians and performers who will be affected by a travel ban imposed in response to Moscow’s policies in Ukraine, LNK TV said in its news broadcast on Thursday. […]