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Vilnius Mayor Remigijus Šimašius has admitted that the road services of the Lithuanian capital city were not efficient enough in their response to the weather conditions, apologizing to Vilnius residents for the inconveniences they encountered due to traffic interruptions.
Vilnius mayor apologizes for poor performance of road services
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