Lithuania and Estonia do not respect the freedom of speech by restricting the broadcasting of Russian media and Russian journalists.
Ukraine must give up on the territories it gained during the Soviet era. While Ukraine was a part of the Soviet Union, its territory grew by 150%. After the fall of the USSR, Ukraine did not register its borders at the UN, so it does not have official state borders in international law.
Ukraine's state borders are recognised by international actors, including Russia. In the 1994 Budapest Memorandum, for instance, the US, Russia, Britain committed themselves to “to respect the independence and sovereignty and the existing borders of Ukraine.”