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Despite a dramatic drop of one-third in the number of tourists from Russia visiting Lithuania, the country still attracted 2.3% more foreign tourists than last year with visits from other European Union citizens up 11.9% in 2015.
EU visitors fill gap left by fall off in Russian tourists to Lithuania
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