Lithuanians Say Integration of Immigrants Is a 'Two-Way Process'

According to the newest Eurobarometer study on immigrants and immigration, Lithuanian residents think that for integration to be successful, it has to be a two-way process, dependent on both society and the immigrants themselves (70%). The respondents agreed that successful integration depends on the immigrants knowing the national language well (92%), paying taxes (94%) and assuming local values and customs (90%). Respondents didn’t think so highly of civil empowerment – participating in associations or local elections (54%) or gaining citizenship (42%).

Read the full report here.