The worst is clearly behind, but what awaits in the new home, Lithuania?
That is the question that 181 Afghans, who have worked as interpreters for the Lithuanian Special Operations Force troops in Afghanistan and who were in late August breathtakingly evacuated from the war-ravaged country swiftly to Raseiniai, a sleepy 10-thousand-people town in Kaunas district, their temporary home now, ask themselves now.
A rough journely
The journey – from Kabul to Vilnius via stops in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, then in a Georgian airport and Wa...
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