The central Bank of Lithuania (CB) said on July 17 it had no information to confirm claims by Swedish media about the links of the country's financial group Swedbank and its bank in Lithuania with Syria's chemical weapons program. Sweden's Dagens Industri daily reported on Monday, July 15, that based on the information it has, Sweden's Swedbank is linked to a transaction used to fund Syria's chemical weapons program. According to the vz.lt news website, the transaction involved Swedbank clients in Lithuania who entered into transactions with one or more clients of FBME, ...
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