US may leave behind part of weaponry in Lithuania, chief of defence says

DELFI / Šarūnas Mažeika

“We would want certain reserves of the NATO very fast response force stationed here in Lithuania, we are talking with our closest partners in the US over the possibility for them to leave a certain part of their weaponry here. They are coming here to assess the situation in our countries, certain decisions are made and certain agreements will be signed shortly,” Žukas said in an interview to the national television LRT on Sunday evening.

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