“We actually didn’t know many things, and it wasn’t just us, many others didn’t know, either. The commission responsible for navigation, an international organization, has not notified the countries in that region about changes in coordinates… I fully agree with our agriculture minister that we should really demand a compensation for losses through our representatives – the European Commission. The ones to blame are those who have failed to provide this information and have misled many people, countries and crews,” Linas Linkevičius said in a radio interview on Thursday.
Russia keep stepping up its military presence in Eastern Europe and will proceed with the plans regardless of what NATO does, says Artūras Paulauskas, chairman of the Lithuanian parliament’s National Security and Defence Committee.
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