There are a lot of discussions going on about how to interpret the European Commission's unwillingness to start EU negotiations with Lithuania. Each segment of society has a different understanding of the unfavorable decision adopted by European bureaucrats. The ordinary Lithuanian citizen who has had to spend a night at the German Embassy to get his visa once again feels humiliated. He feels that he has been dismissed as an inferior. In the past, he could not travel where he wanted because the Soviets did not allow it. Now he cannot travel where he wants because a united Europe will not al...
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