Eurostat: by 2100 Lithuanian people will disappear


Celebrations on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of Lithuania's independence were held in Vilnius last week. Passed modestly, at home. Because of the coronavirus, official delegations were not even sent by the Baltic neighbors. The absence of guests compensated for the abundance of US and EU flags that best described Lithuanian independence.


Why Lithuanians are looking for work in Old Europe


The holiday was spoiled by the Eurostat forecast that appeared on the eve: by 2100 Lithuanians as a people will disappear. This conclusion, first of all, was based on data from the outflow of the population. Over the years of independence, it has become a landslide. Lithuania has lost almost a million inhabitants. If in 1990 - “as part of the hated USSR” - the population of the republic was 3 people, then as of January 701, 968 - 1.

It is noteworthy that about 3,54 million people met the new century in Lithuania. So the main depopulation began after the entry of the Baltic Republic into the European Union. People moved to work in prosperous European countries.

It is believed that the Lithuanians went there "for a long ruble." But this is only part of the truth. Old Europe rigidly cut off Lithuanian competitors. Under various pretexts, Lithuanian industrial enterprises that did not fit into the EU economy were stopped or sharply dropped their production volumes.

This applies to the Ignalina NPP, the Baltiya shipyard, the Zalgiris machine tool factory, the Elfa electrical plant, the Yonavsky mineral fertilizer plant, the Azot nitrogen fertilizer plant and other industrial giants of the republic.

Similar история occurred in agriculture. The EU quotas, in fact, closed the European market to Lithuanian agrarians. The most striking example is the production of potatoes. As in neighboring Belarus, it was very developed in Lithuania. Now only a third of the previous volumes remained - for domestic consumption.

So the Lithuanians were driven to Europe (the annual outflow is estimated by experts at 50-60 thousand people) not only the desire to earn more, but also the reduction of the labor market in their republic. Local politicians decided to capitalize on this issue.

Recently, Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda at a meeting in Brussels, where they discussed the EU budget for 2021–2027, called his country a “donor” of the European Union. Only Lithuania does not provide Europe with money, but with labor.

“In recent years, Lithuania has lost ten percent of its workforce,” the Lithuanian leader was modest with the final figure, “the people who moved to the UK, to Germany and contributed to economic growth in these countries. We believe we deserve compensation for this. ”

Brussels will deprive Vilnius of a third of subsidies


Old Europe is unlikely to hear this call of Nauseda. After Britain left the EU, she was concerned about the decline in Union budget revenues. Apparently, subsidies to the Baltic republic will now be reduced by about a third. The budget of Lithuania is also shrinking in the same proportion.

Meanwhile, the republic is already experiencing a difficult social situation. Professor Danute Gailene in the network publication Ekspertai cites the following statistics: “In 1999, about 600 thousand people were miserable in Lithuania, about 17% of all residents. In 2019, there were 650 thousand people below the poverty line, which is 22,9%. ”

The European Commission calls the situation in Lithuania “crisis”. Ekspertai agrees with Brussels, but gives its assessment in the title of the publication “Poverty and Social Injustice in Lithuania - a Heritage of the Soviet Occupation”.

What can I say? We can’t throw our scarf on the Lithuanian mouth. Although it is worth recalling, the Soviet Union invested, according to expert estimates, in the economy of the Republic of Lithuania more than 70 billion of those still old dollars - in 1990 prices.

Industry appeared in agrarian Lithuania. In addition to the already mentioned enterprises, one can recall the only in the Baltic Mazeikiai oil refinery and Klaipeda port with a ferry. Today they work for the economy of the republic.

“Legacy of the Soviet occupation” Lithuanian politicians explain all the social vices of their citizens, for example, alcoholism. According to European statistics, Lithuania has been holding the first place in the European Union for alcohol consumption per capita for many years (up to 15 liters of pure alcohol per inhabitant over 19 years old).

In addition to Lithuania, the top five European drinkers include Estonia, France, the Czech Republic and Ireland. The drunkenness of the latter certainly cannot be explained by the legacy of the "Soviet occupation." Meanwhile, they pour in themselves 12-15 liters of alcohol per year.

There are other sad records in Lithuanian statistics. They are the first in Europe in the number of suicides (32,7 suicides per 100 thousand people), in road accidents and in road traffic deaths (61 deaths per million inhabitants).

Based on all these data, Eurostat predicts the further development of the demographic situation in Lithuania. According to his estimates, by 2050, less than two million inhabitants will remain here. Such is the payment of the Baltic Republic for independence under European and American flags.
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  1. Same lech 17 March 2020 08: 19 New
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    “Poverty and social injustice in Lithuania are the legacy of the Soviet occupation.”

    They’ll fill it in ...
    Ignalina NPP, Baltiya Shipbuilding Plant, Zalgiris Machine Tool Plant, Elfa Electrical Engineering Plant, Yonavsky Mineral Fertilizer Plant, Azot Nitrogen Fertilizer Plant and other industrial giants of the republic.

    They profiled the legacy of the USSR and now everything is blamed on the Soviet occupation ...
    Lithuania went through the process of de-industrialization ... which was necessary for the West to create a market for its goods in this territory ... in short, they turned into aborigines ... beads, beautiful trinkets and trinkets there you know now they will be drained ... now their lot now .
    In the USSR, the Baltic states had good cinema ... the films were good with great actors ... and now they can only boast of SS processions ... a disgrace ... they lowered themselves below the baseboard.
    1. Insurgent 17 March 2020 08: 35 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      They profiled the legacy of the USSR and now everything is blamed on the Soviet occupation ...

      They are not alone. All former republics of the USSR.
      Let a million, and once in a row, watch this video:

    2. Reptiloid 17 March 2020 09: 02 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      ..... In the USSR, the Baltic states had good cinema ... the films were good with great actors ... and now they can only boast of SS processions ... a disgrace ... they lowered themselves below the baseboard.
      Relatives once said that some detectives were filming there! That's how they lived under occupation! Filmed, artists for this were their own, am they were proud of their milk, and how intensely they multiplied! Apparently, in spite of the invaders. And the invaders left --- not before breeding, not before the cinema! Cinema premises for rent. am
      Now sprats --- that's them all
      1. stalki 17 March 2020 10: 30 New
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        Now sprats --- that's them all
        Yes, and all sprats wink
      2. Paranoid50 19 March 2020 21: 46 New
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        Quote: Reptiloid
        some detectives were filming there!

        Dmitry, welcome. hi Yes, they did, and very good. In this, the Lithuanian Film Studio competed with Riga. And the entire "line" of Lithuanian actors (Adomaitis, Budraitis, Masiulis, Noreika, Tomkus) was snapped up by Soviet film studios for the role of notable Germans in films about the Second World War. Donatas Banionis stood somewhat apart, playing the Soviet intelligence in Dead Season back in the late 60s, and later in the film Where were you, Odysseus? Well, and, of course, the masterpiece film of 1965, "Nobody Wanted to Die," where all this constellation played, having received all-Union fame.
        1. Reptiloid 20 March 2020 10: 35 New
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          Good afternoon, Alexander! hi laughing I know the artists ----- Donatas Banionis, yes, the DEAD SEASON was watching. There is Kalnins, Viya Artmane (her mother recalled her from the Somerset Maugham film, THEATER)
          I’ve watched some detective films, for the sake of interest, the level of that time. Of course, if the development of the studios had not stopped with gaining independence, maybe they would have risen more .....
          I don’t know such old films as the 60s, but I watched fiction, with their artists ..... I must remember ....
          1. Paranoid50 20 March 2020 11: 19 New
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            Quote: Reptiloid
            I don’t know such old films as the 60s

            Then I definitely recommend “Nobody wanted to die” - everything is available. The scene is Lithuania, 1946, the formation of Soviet power and the war with forest ghouls. The film is heavy, but it looks in one breath.
        2. Reptiloid 20 March 2020 10: 56 New
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          Specified about fantastic
          . HOTEL AT A DIED CLIMBER
          INQUIRY OF THE PIRX PILOT. This is Tallinnfilm. But the masterpiece SOLARIS with Donatos Banionis is Mosfilm.
          ..... Somehow thoughts aside left. If Tarkovsky now? Perhaps the films of the present would not give him the opportunity to break through? The budget is focused on something else. recourse request
          1. Paranoid50 20 March 2020 11: 21 New
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            Quote: Reptiloid
            But the masterpiece SOLARIS with Donatos Banionis is Mosfilm.

            There is “The Flight of Mr. McKinley” (1975, Mosfilm). Banionis, Vysotsky.
            1. Reptiloid 20 March 2020 11: 32 New
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              Quote: Paranoid50
              ..... There is “The Flight of Mr. McKinley” (1975, Mosfilm). Banionis, Vysotsky.
              I probably watched this one, but forgot the name!
              But I know another film, there is a name, but I did not watch it ---- A long road in the dunes. But ---- like they themselves somehow disapproved of him, or what? I read somewhere. ... It is clear why, they say, forced? Interestingly, how are the mosaics on the buildings in a socialist spirit? Have you survived?
    3. Den717 18 March 2020 07: 39 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      They profiled the legacy of the USSR and now everything is blamed on the Soviet occupation ...

      Do you think they really don’t understand where the origins of their misfortunes are? Just another Lithuanian "Expert" can not say. Otherwise, it’s not that he won’t get the money, but that the leaders will take it because of the puddle. In the Baltic countries it has long been taxing not common sense, but politicking, moreover, someone else's. Real life in these countries is not of any interest to managers. So their gradual disappearance does not upset me. One thing is bad - the process is slow laughing
  2. rocket757 17 March 2020 08: 21 New
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    Here is such a "friend" Sam Brooke ..... and what else did they expect?
    However, do we not care ... this is THEIR MATTERS!
    1. Reptiloid 17 March 2020 09: 10 New
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      I don’t know where the words came from, I read somewhere, they are very consistent ----
      Russian invaders broke into villages and auls, and then left schools and hospitals, factories and factories
      1. rocket757 17 March 2020 09: 23 New
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        In general, the words have already been interpreted, and so, it has long been so.
        1. Reptiloid 17 March 2020 09: 33 New
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          Well yes! It has always been, it has long been said. And the whining about the occupation continues.
          Until the evening!
          1. rocket757 17 March 2020 09: 39 New
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            their nagging is not even interesting to their "patrons" ....
            1. Reptiloid 17 March 2020 11: 23 New
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              Well yes! If they disappear according to the forecast, then what are they interested in? Subsidize? For seriously ill people in Europe, ephtanasia is possible for charitable purposes. why would they be interested in such a country
              1. rocket757 17 March 2020 11: 26 New
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                Quote: Reptiloid
                in Europe, ephtanasia is possible for charitable purposes.

                ha, so the geyropa with comrades, this is the most with the Baltic sisters already held, practically!
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    1. Avior 17 March 2020 09: 21 New
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      In fact, trucking companies are only registered in the Baltic States and pay taxes there. Really work all over Europe. And Ukrainians-drivers, respectively, in the field of cargo transportation throughout Europe on a par with Belarusians
  4. Voyager 17 March 2020 08: 25 New
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    We must not miss the moment and occupy the deserted territory before those who want to derban it.

    It may sound extremely cynical, but such is geopolitics, and the Lithuanians themselves made their choice.
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      ABM 17 March 2020 08: 33 New
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      why do we need territory? I will advise you - under Penza, for example, land as much as you like. Why do you need more? What will you personally and the state, in general, do on it?
      1. Voyager 17 March 2020 17: 20 New
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        Then, that we do not need another monkey with a grenade near our borders.
        Then, what better are we there than any Poland or the 51st state.
        And then, what happened historically: any state has one of its main goals is to expand territories and / or influence. Earth does not happen superfluous, especially if it fell out of the USSR.
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          ABM 18 March 2020 16: 12 New
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          long gone - improving the well-being of the people. This whole territory is not needed if the best are leaving and they are hardly replaced by Russian speakers
      2. Rostislav 18 March 2020 12: 09 New
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        Why does the state have access to the sea and ports?
        1. ABM
          ABM 18 March 2020 16: 07 New
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          everything we build in a foreign land is a waste of money
    2. Keyser soze 17 March 2020 09: 07 New
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      We must not miss the moment and occupy the empty territory


      Already turned your territory into a paradise of the earth and there is not enough space, or what?

      But do not take into account that some countries of the European Union or all of it, at one moment can open the borders for Russians? And to draw the color of the people from your feudal state? The most educated and entrepreneurial ... the experience is there ... The shortage of workers and then educated in the EU is enormous and the hour is not far when you will be invited to permanent residence or in general will be granted citizenship - Russians are Christians, well-educated and adaptive to local culture.
      1. ser56 17 March 2020 12: 23 New
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        Quote: Keyser Soze
        Already turned your territory into a paradise of the earth and there is not enough space, or what?

        think about your land and share ... hi By the way - why are you sitting there? no business or pay money? crying
        Quote: Keyser Soze
        And to draw the color of the people from your feudal state?

        but somehow the Russians do not go to you to wash the toilets ... bully that before feudalism is a higher stage than the slavery that you have ... hi
        Quote: Keyser Soze
        Russians are Christians

        exactly, and you have Sodom and Gomor ... laughing
      2. Voyager 17 March 2020 17: 22 New
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        Quote: Keyser Soze
        Already turned your territory into a paradise of the earth and there is not enough space, or what?

        And what do you care about our territory?
        1. Keyser soze 17 March 2020 18: 39 New
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          And what do you care about our territory?


          And what do you care about Lithuanian territory?
          1. Voyager 17 March 2020 18: 51 New
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            Yes, we are worried that there is no unstable garbage near by, and you?
            1. Keyser soze 17 March 2020 21: 12 New
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              so that there is no unstable garbage near by,


              Go to Shies if garbage bothers. From all over Europe, only you still have this. Probably in Albania they have already been closed.
              1. Voyager 17 March 2020 21: 16 New
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                And who are you to say where to go? There is no need to tell us what to do, and we won’t say where to go.
      3. Machito 22 March 2020 16: 19 New
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        Quote: Keyser Soze
        We must not miss the moment and occupy the empty territory


        Already turned your territory into a paradise of the earth and there is not enough space, or what?

        But do not take into account that some countries of the European Union or all of it, at one moment can open the borders for Russians? And to draw the color of the people from your feudal state? The most educated and entrepreneurial ... the experience is there ... The shortage of workers and then educated in the EU is enormous and the hour is not far when you will be invited to permanent residence or in general will be granted citizenship - Russians are Christians, well-educated and adaptive to local culture.

        Today, Russians in the European Union are second-class people, non-women. In the Baltic, the Russians who did not want to renounce their people did not give citizenship. In fact, the governments of the Baltic Republics continue Hitler’s policies with the connivance of Brussels. The Baltic states and Ukraine glorify fascist criminals, while Europe is bashfully hiding its eyes.
        1. Keyser soze 22 March 2020 18: 25 New
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          Today, Russians in the European Union are second-class people,


          But I know a few in Bulgaria and the EU and did not notice that they were second grade. Normal socialists earn good money, raise children and there are no problems.
  5. Cowbra 17 March 2020 08: 27 New
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    What a pity laughing We put a jar of sprat and an SS ring on the grave.
  6. Imperial Technocrat 17 March 2020 08: 53 New
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    But nirabas. It’s only a pity that so many decades have invested in these scum
  7. Olgovich 17 March 2020 08: 53 New
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    So the Lithuanians were driven to Europe (the annual outflow is estimated by experts at 50-60 thousand people) not only the desire to earn more, but also the reduction of the labor market in their republic


    The fact is that for the same work in Lithuania and, say, the Netherlands, they pay completely different money. Therefore, the Lithuanians go to Europe, and the Ukrainians go to Estonia, Lithuania and Poland to the places of the natives ...
  8. Nikolaevich I 17 March 2020 09: 05 New
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    Well, what do you do if the Russians and Lithuanians have stopped loving each other ...!
  9. Yrec 17 March 2020 09: 11 New
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    Everything is fine, the tribals are returning to their primordially-sparse "roots" - the "shelter of the wretched Chukhonets." The USSR’s attempt to make people out of them failed.
  10. knn54 17 March 2020 09: 15 New
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    About alcoholism. It was alcohol that killed the gentry, the gentry, turned on. I read an article by their historian, and not a modern one. Those who wish can search on the Internet.
    “Poverty and social injustice in Lithuania are the legacy of the Soviet occupation.”
    .
    - Although it is worth recalling, the Soviet Union invested, according to expert estimates, in the economy of the Republic of Lithuania more than 70 billion of those still old dollars - in 1990 prices.
    "SOVIET invaders" no longer invest in the Lithuanian economy.
  11. Paul Siebert 17 March 2020 09: 24 New
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    I strongly oppose the Baltic policy towards Russia and the Russians.
    But it is to Lithuania that we are closest historically and culturally.
    Oddly enough, our ancestors spoke the same Proto-Slavic language.
    Yes - we often fought and seized each other's territory.
    Lithuanians even stormed Moscow many times. We went to the rescue of Mom in Kulikovo field ...
    But in hard times more than once stood shoulder to shoulder against the invaders. Like on the Grunwald field against the Teutonic Order.
    By the way, during the occupation by Germany in the early forties, Lithuania is the only state in Europe that has not created a single SS unit from its youth. Fact...
    They would like to join us, to the Russians ... Maybe we’ll join them to the Kaliningrad region, hold a referendum with them? .. We will get a good port - Klaipeda. Somehow it already was. In the year 1940. wink
    1. Mikhail3 17 March 2020 10: 57 New
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      We remember all this, but they preferred to forget. You will not be forcibly sweet, and you should definitely not forgive those who spat in your outstretched hand.
    2. ser56 17 March 2020 12: 25 New
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      Maybe we’ll join them to the Kaliningrad region, will we hold a referendum with them? ..

      what for? to feed and have an internal enemy? Again on the same rake? request
  12. Avior 17 March 2020 09: 25 New
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    Often I hear forecasts for the future - for 100 years ahead, for 200 and so on.
    Interestingly, at least one forecast for 100 years ahead came true?
    At least for 50 years?
    They can’t predict the price of oil for 2 weeks, and for a hundred years ahead, it’s easy smile
    1. Pete mitchell 17 March 2020 12: 25 New
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      In the distant '70 some year, my mother served in the computer center of the Military Military District, not many people then controlled computers and she occupied the floor.
      Quote: Avior
      Interestingly, at least one forecast for 100 years ahead came true
      I won’t say for a century, but once a smart machine betrayed that in 2025 the population of Liepaja would be about fifty thousand, half of what was then. Do not consider it work, just google it - the right computers worked in
  13. Stena 17 March 2020 10: 15 New
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    In general: "Maxim died - and ... (buffoon) with him."
    In fact: The population is still too large - 2,793 million. Until 2100, everything may not be liquidated ...
  14. Mikhail3 17 March 2020 10: 19 New
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    The USSR stopped the process of extinction of the Baltic peoples, which has been steadily following the last centuries. The dominion of the Germans (which indigenous peoples did not even let into the cities without a note from the German master) was so crippled by lats, ests and others that it seemed that was all. Nothing canbe done. But the USSR did not give up. Russian ethnographers sought out and recreated languages, customs, and the identification of these nationalities. The Union created industry, processing, ports, railways in the Baltic states ...
    But now freedom has come! The Baltic states finally escaped from the totalitarian suffocating arm of Russia! Hooray! No one can (and does not want) to prevent the forced extinction of the Baltic states, which they are so bored with ...
    1. voodoo123 17 March 2020 10: 52 New
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      Particularly stopped the process of extinction of the Baltic states of the Gulag.
      1. Mikhail3 17 March 2020 10: 53 New
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        The Latvian arrows who made the revolution approve of your post.
  15. voodoo123 17 March 2020 10: 51 New
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    How bad the Balts live under the tyranny of the EU.
    1. Mikhail3 17 March 2020 10: 54 New
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      Live well! Under a totalitarian USSR, they multiplied and multiplied, and in the free EU they proudly die out. Yes, they live just fine ...
  16. Egoza 17 March 2020 11: 20 New
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    Oh! Something their Stat confused! They will die out much earlier! The main thing is that the United States does not build its base on free land!
  17. Honest Citizen 17 March 2020 11: 49 New
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    Frankly - absolutely do not care.
    Minus, but I will say this.
    When it comes to choosing a living space, a future for my country and my children, it makes no difference to me how many people who are not my country, not my people, will die. Lithuanians, Latvians, Estonians will die out - well, I will hypocritically drop a tear with the words "all people have the right to life" and all that sort of thing, but in fact - the main thing is that my country, my people would not sink into oblivion, but live, develop flourished. Something like this.
    It is necessary to clearly draw the line between your state, your people, your children and strangers.
  18. vvp2412 17 March 2020 12: 00 New
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    Eurostat: by 2100 Lithuanian people will disappear

    No one will worry about this!
  19. faterdom 17 March 2020 12: 16 New
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    Her reserve is, Old Man leads the Belarusians in the "Litvin".
  20. iouris 17 March 2020 12: 54 New
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    The problem of the Kaliningrad region will be solved by 2100 by itself.
    And will she disappear?
  21. Vlad5307 17 March 2020 13: 04 New
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    why do we need territory? I will advise you - under Penza, for example, land as much as you like. Why do you need more? What will you personally and the state, in general, do on it?

    So the empty Baltic region is the best springboard for a new campaign to the east, and pushing the borders to the west we will add a few more minutes to accept the correct answer that in the current realities there is an additional chance of survival. And what do you think - why do the states need this bridgehead and Eurosavings ?! And Stalin pushed the frontiers of the attack not for the introduction of socialism, but for defense in case of war and war confirmed the correctness of this. And the constant shrinking of the Russian Federation is only in the hands of our enemy, do not call him a partner - he will not be such to us until we put a strong muzzle on his face in the form of expanding territory and economic and military power.
  22. shubin 17 March 2020 13: 46 New
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    Funny you guys. I live in Lithuania since 1981, Rodina-Kirov region, I go to Kirov every year to my relatives. I have eyes and ears, I look, listen and compare, and I must disappoint you, people in Lithuania live, at least, no worse than the Russians, maybe a little worse than in Moscow, but much better than in the Kirov region. In general, God forbid that they live in Russia like that.
    1. iouris 17 March 2020 14: 08 New
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      Homeland - Kirov region

      Where good is home. Viso Gyaro.
  23. cniza 17 March 2020 17: 36 New
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    Eurostat: by 2100 Lithuanian people will disappear


    What they chose and got ...
    1. iouris 17 March 2020 20: 53 New
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      Quote: cniza
      What they chose and got ...

      The people do not choose. What will happen to the Russian people in 15 years? They do not write about this. By 2100, none of the readers here will be gone. Come and discuss.
      1. cniza 17 March 2020 21: 03 New
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        I’m not talking about this (roofing felts, roofing felts), I was beckoning with sweet promises, but in the end we lost what we had in Russia too, only more or less came to our senses, and how it will be impossible to guess in 20 years ...
  24. Ajevgenij 17 March 2020 23: 46 New
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    As a resident of Lithuania, I can say that the article is clearly distorted for propaganda purposes. All these problems exist, but in the Russian Federation they are even more acute. So we are all in one big sinking and wrecked ship with the name of the former USSR.
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    Xp with them ..... Let all die
    1. iouris 18 March 2020 11: 53 New
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      Thinking of living forever? Eternal life is possible, but not for those who wish death to others.
  26. sleeve 18 March 2020 12: 27 New
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    Great! A new promising trend: the legacy of the Soviet occupation. But also cargo flows were wrapped up, leaving them without a freebie ... This is already “Russian economic aggression”. One has only to relax and step back a little and everything, we will pay for everything and for everyone ...