VILNIUS – Lithuania will get a 300 million euro loan from the European Union to help the country to preserve jobs amid the coronavirus pandemic, European Commission President Ursula von Der Leyen tweeted on Tuesday.
Lithuania is set to receive a total of more than 600 million euros under the SURE instrument.
"I am delighted to announce that today Lithuania will receive 300 million euros in the form of loans under the SURE instrument to help Lithuania's people to keep their jobs during the pandemic. Lithuania will soon receive another 302 ...
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