VILNIUS - Seventy-eight percent of participants in a survey carried out among Lithuanians stated that they fear Russia might either restrict or stop supplying energy resources to Lithuania, reports The Lithuania Tribune. Thirteen percent of respondents denied the assumption, the survey conducted by Sprinter Research stated.A majority of the population (79 percent) say that Lithuania would greatly increase its energy independence from Russia if the electricity network was connected to the West and Klaipeda built a liquefied natural gas terminal.The public opinion research also showe...
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