VILNIUS - Lithuania may have to maneuver between Brussels and Warsaw in their row over Poland's controversial legal reforms after Polish President Andrzej Duda was re-elected for a second term, but similar views on Russia's threat mean that defense and energy cooperation between the two neighboring countries will likely remain close, analysts said on Monday.
"There remains intrigue over relations with Brussels," Andzej Puksto, an associate professor at Vytautas Magnus University, told BNS. "If the European Commission or the European Council i...
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