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As Lithuania is drafting plans how to integrate refugees from the Middle East that the country has agreed to accept, with some expressing doubts about opportunities for them to find jobs in the relatively closed and ethnically homogeneous country, there is one business in Vilnius that exclusively employs foreigners, many of them refugees from the Middle East.
Barbershop in Vilnius that prefers to employ refugees
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