The Lithuanian government banned on August 13 entry to people linked to the Hezbollah paramilitary movement which it regards as a "terrorist organization".
"Hezbollah-affiliated persons were banned from entering Lithuania," the Foreign Ministry said in a statement, adding that the ban will remain in force for 10 years.
The Migration Department imposed the ban based on information about Hezbollah-linked individuals' activities that pose threat to Lithuania's national security interests, it said. Foreign Minister Linas Li...
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