Is Lithuania in Ukraine?
No. Lithuania and Ukraine are separate countries in Europe. They do not even share a border.
Lithuania is a country in Eastern Europe.
Until 1991 they were all republics of the former Soviet Union (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics). They were also all part of the Russian Empire until 1917. They are all f…ormer Soviet "republics" now independent after thebreakup of the USSR.
Until 1991 they were all nominally republics of the former Soviet Union (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics). Kazakhstan and part of Ukraine were under the control of Tsar…ist Russia at the time of the communist revolution in Russia in 1917. Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania were occupied and illegally annexed by the Soviet Union in 1940.
They were former Soviet Republics.
Eurasia! I'm am pretty sure, but you might want to double check!
The country bordered by Germany and Lithuania is Poland also the Russian Enclave of Kaliningrad
That will be Poland . It is the only country that has access to Baltic sea and is still bordered by Germany (right side), Lithuania (top), Ukraine (left side).
Estonia-Europe Latvia-Europe Lithuania-Europe Ukraine- Europe Kazakhstan- Mostly Asia, although a little in Europe.
Belarus, bordered by Ukraine to the south, Poland to the west, and Lithuania to the north. It is also bordered by Latvia to the north, and by Russia to the north and east. Bel…arus.
Belarus. Also Russia if you count Kaliningrad.