MEPs leave for Brussels: most intend to keep living in Lithuania
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Brussels is currently welcoming newly elected MEPs. The majority of Lithuanian MEPs interviewed by LRT.lt vowed to stay in Lithuania during the term, except for Antanas Guoga, who would like to transfer to Brussels, LRT.lt reports.
Kęstutis Lančinskas, a former Vilnius police chief and currently the head of the European Union's advisory mission in Ukraine (EUAM), is seeking the job of director at Europe's police agency Europol, several sources have confirmed to BNS.