VILNIUS – The drones Belarus bought for EU funds can only be used to monitor large territories in border regions, and if they were used improperly, the funds would have to be returned, the European Commission says.
In a comment sent to BNS, the European Commission Representation in Lithuania said the drones cannot identify people. Its representatives also said the cross-border cooperation project with Belarus was confirmed last year and its implementation was started in February.
"It stipulates the use of light drones to monitor large territo...
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