According to Gediminas Kirkilas, the chairman of the Lithuanian parliament’s European Affairs Committee, the referendum planned in Britain on its membership in the European Union is a bigger challenge to the EU than the migration crisis.
Kirkilas’ comments come following a meeting in Vilnius with neighbouring colleagues from Poland and the other Baltic States on Jan. 25, 2016.
“We had a discussion about the main challenges the EU faces — first of all this is migration.
“Secondly this is the British referendum, its potential ...
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