VILNIUS (BNS) - The government decided March 10 to set up a secretariat that would coordinate investigation of Nazi and Soviet crimes in Lithuania.The government set aside 150,000 litas ($37,500) for the activities and wages of the six-member committee.It is called the International Commission for Investigation of Crimes by Nazi and Soviet Occupational Regimes in Lithuania. Funding of the secretariat is slated for the state budget starting next year.The commission was established under a presidential decree last September and is headed by MP Emanuelis Zingeris.During its first sitting in Vi...
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