The Lithuanian Foreign Ministry on Wednesday, January 24, gave the green light for Moscow to increase the number of voting precincts in Lithuania during this year's Russian presidential election slated in March.
A spokeswoman for Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius said that the ministry had sent a note allowing Russia to set up voting sites in Kaunas, Siauliai and Visaginas for Russian nationals living or visiting Lithuania to cast their votes. ”Russia asked for additional permissions to arrange polling stations in Kaunas, Visaginas and Siauliai and it was...
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