Twenty-one Lithuanians joined the war in Eastern Ukraine. While 16 took up arms for Ukraine, five entered the conflict on the Russian side, writes Eglė Murauskaitė, a researcher who tracked foreign fighters in Ukraine.
The largest survey of its kind found vast discrepancies between countries – and only gradual progress. Even in high-scoring Germany, more people felt there had been a reduction rather than an increase in tolerance.
Lithuania's president has called on the European Commission to take all possible action to ensure safety of Belarus' nuclear plant in Astravyets, urging EC leader Ursula von der Leyen to get “personally involved” in the matter.