VILNIUS - "Preventive conversations" with intelligence officials would make it easier to prove a person's guilt in court, a presidential advisor said on Tuesday.
President Gitanas Nauseda has proposed to amend the law to expand the powers of intelligence services, including allowing them to summon people for "preventive conversations".
Ainis Razma, a former State Security Department (VSD) official who is now on the president's national security team, says such conversations are not legally reg...
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