VILNIUS - Following a press release from the Lithuanian Defense Ministry last month that suggested the AviaBaltika helicopter company maintained commercial ties with Sudan, a country known for supporting terrorist activities, the Prosecutor General's Office of the Baltic state arrested the business' bank accounts last week.Deputy prosecutor general Gintaras Jasaitis confirmed the action, telling the Baltic News Service, "The accounts were arrested to prevent squandering during the ongoing investigation of AviaBaltika's financial activities."According to Jasaitis, accounts can be arrested in...
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