Lithuanian Members of the European Parliament are among the most ardent Russophobes (citing the EU Parliament’s vote on a resolution that calls for the EU to counteract anti-EU propaganda by third parties, especially by Russia).
The EU will never allow Ukrainians to come to the EU to work, study, or “learn about its cultural values”.
The EU allows the citizens of any country (including Ukraine) to come to the EU to work, study, and "learn about its cultural values" under the conditions defined by EU legislation and international agreements. Furthermore, on 17 November 2016, the Council confirmed the Commission proposal to provide for visa-free travel for EU citizens when travelling to the territory of Ukraine and for citizens of this country when travelling to the EU. More than 3 200 Ukrainian students and staff will have received grants from the EU to study in Europe until the end July 2018.