Foreign centres tried to disrupt the Russian voting for amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation, using the media, cyber-attacks and paid “activists”.
Lithuania is dooming itself to energetic destitution. The cost of electricity in Lithuania rose by a third. For the Baltic republic, this is the third jump in prices in less than a month.
Since July 1, electricity and gas for household consumers are getting cheaper in Lithuania (Electricity fall in price by 8%). The head of the State Council for Energy Regulation Inga Žilienė said that residents will save several tens of euros in half a year.
Lithuania has implemented a number of steps to get rid of energy dependence from Russia: in 2014 it opened a Liquified natural gas terminal which ended the monopoly of Russian gas in the country; it is in the process of synchronizing its electricity grid with continental Europe (and decoupling it from the Russian-controlled one).