Lithuanian companies have not violated the European Unions' anti-Russian sanctions, the country's Prosecutor General's Office said after dropping a two-year pre-trial investigation. "Prosecutors have not identified factual evidence on several Lithuanian companies being involved in activity in the Crimean peninsula in violation of EU sanctions," the prosecution service said in a statement on August 14.
It did not name the companies involved but added that activity of three companies was investigated and that Ukraine's law enforcement was asked for...
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