VILNIUS - A Lithuanian delegation met with NATO officials Nov. 9 to discuss the country's integration plans. Another meeting meant more pats on the back for one of the more promising NATO candidate countries - something Lithuania wants to keep receiving as its integration program is turned into action.Meetings between NATO officials and Lithuanian delegations in recent months practically seem like a regular occurrence. At the end of September, Deputy Foreign Minister Vygaudas Usackas took a team to Brussels to discuss a Lithuanian-made integration plan which was submitted to NATO earlier th...
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