Gabrielius Landsbergis warned against a “feeling in the room that we would like to sit down and take a breath”.
He was speaking to reporters in Brussels as he arrived for a meeting of EU foreign and defence ministers. Specifically on sanctions he said it was “unavoidable” startint to talkabout the energy sector.
“And we definitely can talk about oil. Because it is the biggest revenue to Russian budget and also it’s quite easily replaceable,” he said.
Lithuania, which borders Poland, Latvia, Belarus and the Russian Kaliningrad Oblast, has been among the most hard-line and vocal nations when it comes to sanctions against Russia.