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Lithuania blocks Russia-EU agreement
25.04.2008 11:57
Lithuania blocks Russia-EU agreement

Russian EU agreement is now blocked by Lithuania, which demands to renew oil supplies to its oil-refinery factory.
      Yesterday evening the ambassadors of the 27 European countries did not manage to unblock the start of the UN-Russian agreement. Poland was reported to withdraw its veto on the agreement, which it put in the end of 2006, demanding to revise Russias embargo on Polish meat.
      At the moment Lithuania is demanding the Europes assistance in the question of renewing Russias oil supplies to its oil-refinery factory and resisting Russias intention to back South Ossetia and Abkhazias independence.


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