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“There was the willingness to please her masters, national radicals, neo-Nazis and other fringe politicians,” he said.
Commenting on his attitude towards the Russian Communist Party’s proposal to make a statement on possible sanctions and rupture of diplomatic relations with Lithuania, Naryshkin said he did not support it.
“Lithuania is a small beautiful country and Lithuanians are industrious and intelligent. But the people also make mistakes sometimes by electing their politicians,” he said.
In addition, Naryshkin pointed to a certain politician, who was distinguished by strong anti-Russian statements - Georgian ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili. “Where is he today? Today he is a derelict in Georgia. No one wants to hold out a hand to him,” he said.
On November 20, Grybauskaite made anti-Russian statements in an interview with a local radio station.
On November 21, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said, “On November 20, President Dalia Grybauskaite belched out a new set of rude verbal assaults on Russia in an interview with a local radio station.” “She went as far as to label Russia as a terrorist state in the context of Ukrainian events,” he said.