Lithuania should step up security cooperation with Nordic states - Minister of Defence

Lithuania should step military and security cooperation with the Nordic countries, Defence Minister Raimondas Karoblis said after meeting with Iceland's top security, defense and military official in Vilnius on Friday.
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