The outcomes of Lithuania’s EU presidency
A year ago, I asked in a kiosk in Vilnius for a postage stamp to send a letter to Brussels, Belgium. The price for sending letters within the EU is cheaper than prices for sending to non-EU countries. The saleswoman in the kiosk asked, “Is Brussels, Belgium, situated in the European Union?” After the six month-long Lithuanian presidency over the EU Council, which finished on Dec. 31, probably such questions would not be asked anymore because Lithuania’s EU Presidency was the ...
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