VILNIUS – Lithuanians have a positive view of the European Union's existing anti-pandemic measures, but 65 percent of the country's residents would like the EU to have more powers to tackle the pandemic, and 44 percent would want more funds, a new survey commissioned by the European Parliament shows.
As the European Parliament Liaison Office in Lithuania reports, it is important for Lithuanian residents that the EU should only provide funds to member states conditional upon their government’s implementation of the rule of law and of democratic principl...
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