VILNIUS - Lithuanian Finance Minister Vilius Sapoka says the government will carefully weigh any increase in spending and will table a "safe" draft 2021 budget in the autumn.
"Next year's budget will be really special because we are drafting it in a time of great uncertainty," the minister told reporters after Tuesday's meeting with President Gitanas Nauseda.
"We must keep in mind that we have a contraction in public revenue both this year and next year and a part of expenditures will be financed by borrowed...
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