VILNIUS - Lithuania progressed along the road to NATO membership recently when a delegation went to Brussels to discuss the country's integration. From the nine NATO aspirants, Lithuania was the first country to submit its integration program, a requirement adopted by NATO at the Washington summit in April. In general, the program forwarded to NATO Sept. 8 is a self-made progress report which establishes the country's objectives in preparation for membership.On Sept. 28, a Lithuanian delegation met with NATO officials in Brussels to discuss the plan. The topics of the alliance's expansion a...
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