VILNIUS – Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis on Tuesday called on Lithuanians not to panic in the wake of Monday's deadly truck attack in Berlin, saying that there are no signals of an increased threat of terrorism in the country.
“There is no need for panic or worry, at least for now. The situation is under control and there are no signals of an increased terrorism threat in Lithuania,” he told reporters.
When asked about the security situation in the country, the prime minister underlined that an improved draft budget earmarks mor...
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