A video appeared on the Web in which a woman who left Belarus complains about life in Lithuania. According to her, earlier on her small salary she could afford to pay for English and swimming for children. In Lithuania, it costs much more.
The woman also complained about the lack of textbooks and high prices in school canteens. So, in the store a bun costs 1 euro, and at school you will have to pay 2 or 3 euros for it. Thus, local entrepreneurs actually profit from children.
Our capitalism does not yet have a human face
- the representative of the Lithuanian side answered the native of Belarus.
Meanwhile, Vilnius is considering the possibility of suing Minsk in arbitration or the International Court of Justice for the fact that the Belarusian side allegedly provokes a migration crisis in Lithuania.
The Minister of Justice of this Baltic state, Evelina Dobrovolskaya, said that the “Belarusian regime” purposefully pushes people to Lithuania. The lawsuit aims to compensate Vilnius for financial losses due to the influx of migrants.
First, a note will be sent to the Belarusian capital with a proposal to settle the case in arbitration. If Minsk does not agree, a claim will be filed with the International Court of Justice to recover compensation from Belarus in the amount of $130 million.