Growing militarization calls for dialogue

  • 2012-06-27
  • From wire reports
VILNIUS - In a meeting with the highest military official of the NATO Alliance, Chairman of the NATO Military Committee General Knud Bartels, Prime Minister Andrius Kubilius on June 22 discussed NATO defense plans, international missions and geopolitical and energy security issues in the Baltic region.“Lithuania puts much value upon membership in NATO as it allows us to feel safer than ever before. Lithuania, being a member of the NATO community, is safe and can address security problems across the world jointly with other partners from NATO,” he said after the meeting wit...
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