VILNIUS - Deputy Defense Minister Jonas Gecas has accepted the offer to become President Rolandas Paksas' national security adviser. Gecas, who came to meet with the president on Nov. 24, confirmed this to journalists. The position of the national security adviser has been vacant since scandal erupted on alleged ties between the president's inner circle with international mobsters, forcing Paksas to dismiss Remigijus Acas. "We all realize very well that the period is rather complicated, and obviously this is the main reason why I accepted the proposal," Gecas told journalists."In my opinion...
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