VILNIUS - Fearing Lithuania's increasing isolation, Prime Minister Algirdas Brazauskas called for a speedy resolution to the six-week-old crisis surrounding President Rolandas Paksas that is now widely seen as the country's worst since regaining independence in 1991. "As long as we have such confusion, Lithuania is isolated," Brazauskas said in a national radio interview Dec. 9. "Contacts are limited. There are no visits to Lithuania. The president is also not going abroad," he said."Everything that is happening now is not good for Lithuania. The sooner it ends, the better for Lithuania," t...
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