VILNIUSThe Defense Ministry has adopted a schedule for implementing reforms, one of the most important documents relating to the country's ambitions to gain NATO membership.Defense Minister Linas Linkevicius signed the document, which states the government's commitments over the next 10 years and outlines how its military resources will be aligned with the alliance's structures and procedures."Lithuania is creating military capacities based on the state's financial capabilities," said Defense Ministry Undersecretary Povilas Malakauskas. According to Malakauskas, the military reform schedule...
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