The Lithuanian army’s annual Lightning Strike exercise, which in 2016 will be held in the port city of Klaipeda, may disturb daily lives of local residents, says General Vilmantas Tamosaitis, the commander of the Lithuanian Joint Staff.
“There will definitely be an impact, and your daily lives may be disturbed to some extent,” Tamosaitis told local journalists from Klaipeda on March 9.
“However, please understand that […] state defence is in the interest of all of us, and we should be responsible and ready to make an...
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