VILNIUS - Foreign from nine countries on NATO's eastern flank, known as the Bucharest Nine, are starting their meeting in Vilnius on Tuesday.
The two-day meeting will "focus on the implementation of decisions contributing to NATO's collective defense on the eastern flank and will include an exchange of views on Russia, China, information technology and 5G security, NATO's role in the fight against terrorism, and energy security," the Lithuanian Foreign Ministry said in a press release.
The meeting brings together the fo...
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