The Lithuanian Social Democratic Party (LSDP) is unlikely to support the government's proposed agreement on the country's defense policy for the next decade, but other parliamentary parties are inclined to back such a deal. According to the draft agreement, political parties would take on the commitment to gradually increase defense spending to 2.5 percent of GDP by 2030, up by 0.5 percentage points from this year's target of 2 percent.
Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis plans to discuss the proposed agreement with parties' leaders next week. ...
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