VILNIUS – Lithuania's Police Department has purchased 12 vehicles in preparation for the upcoming NATO summit to be held in Lithuania on July 11-12, the Interior Ministry said on Monday.
Lithuanian police will escort official motorcades and ensure smooth, unhindered and safe movement on the roads.
Lithuania's police acquired twelve BMW 530d xDrives for 666,600 euros, including VAT.
Police will continue using the vehicles after the summit.
Currently, the Lithuanian police fleet consists of 1,700 vehicles.