VILNIUSWhile the Lithuanian government ponders new ways to increase exports of dairy products and refrigerators, a far more shocking cultural product is about to be shipped abroad. Beginning this autumn, Russian television viewers will be introduced to "Litovsky Tranzit" (Lithuanian Transit), a serialized television program depicting the attempts of the Lithuanian Organized Crime Investigation Service to unravel fictional crimes committed by Lithuanian and Russian mobsters.The intense filming of the 12 one-hour episodes of "Litovsky Tranzit" took place between last September and the beginni...
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