Lithuania is dissatisfied with the “insufficient” intensity of the struggle with Russia

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania said that for the sake of Ukraine, the EU is obliged to tighten anti-Russian sanctions.

As UNN reports, speaking at the Kiev Security Forum, the head of Lithuanian diplomacy Linas Linkevicius said that although sanctions and pressure on Russia continue in Europe, this is not always enough.

“We are still reaching a consensus on expanding sanctions, both on Crimea and individual lists, but we see that this is not enough. We must do more. We must also support Ukraine in its reforms. Regardless of the war, regardless of the situation, the reforms must continue”, – the minister stressed.