In light of Russia’s ongoing war of aggression against Ukraine, Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Šimonytė has called on the EU to show perseverance. “Europe is still stronger than a single autocrat and capable of making decisions,” she said at a press briefing in Berlin yesterday. People in most European countries are worried about higher energy prices. Compared to conditions in Ukraine, however, this is merely a loss of comfort, she said. “It is nothing compared to the people who die every day in Ukraine, whose houses are destroyed or who no longer have a roof over their heads.”
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