Grybauskaite joked on the subject of the lack of votes in favor Gagarina from Lithuania
The head of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaite chose to laugh off the question about why the Russian singer Polina Gagarina didn't get a single vote from the Republic at Eurovision.
"I cannot explain their statements, if It is so in reality, It means I'm very influential. I'm just kidding " - said Grybauskaite, which local reporters made an offer to comment on statements by Russian media, as if accusing the Lithuanian President that Gagarin did not get a single vote from the Republic, reports Delfi. The Manager said that was supported by the Lithuanian musicians Monica Link and Vaidas Baumila, unfortunately, under the rules of the contest have not had the opportunity to vote for them. Remember also that the Russian singer Polina Gagarina, who performed in the final of song contest "Eurovision-2015" in Vienna with the song A million voices, took second place. Maximum score - 12 points - the Russian performer was awarded to five countries: Belarus, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Estonia and Germany. Lithuania and San Marino is not awarded Russia a single score. The lowest points Gagarin received also from Georgia, Slovenia, Poland, UK and Sweden (five or six points). In the end, with 303 points she took second place. Western media said that Gagarin had not had the opportunity to become the winner of the contest "Eurovision-2015" because of the position of Russia in relation to the Ukrainian crisis and the issue of sexual minorities.