EU seeks ‘de-escalation’ of Lithuania-China feud but takes no further action

The European Union’s top diplomats hope to de-escalate Lithuania’s dispute with China as they also seek to secure a summit meeting with Beijing before the end of March.Following a two-day session of the bloc’s 27 foreign ministers in the French port city of Brest, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said that members stood in “solidarity” with Lithuania – even if no new support measures were forthcoming.“Some things are going well, some less well,” he said of the EU-China relationship, adding…


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