Russian journalists and NGOs are used to monitor opposition, Lithuanian agency says

According to Lithuanian State Security Department's (VSD) activity report for 2014, Russia's intelligence services are using Russian journalists and representatives of non-governmental organisations to spy on and discredit the Russian opposition. Journalists and representatives of NGOs are also monitoring visits of the Kremlin's critics to Lithuania.
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