“When relations with China deteriorated, new markets emerged and with the opening of new embassies in Southeast Asian countries we see growth in those countries. I would say this is potential for new markets, new trade and export, which did not exist before,” Skaistė told Lietuvos ryto TV on Wednesday.

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