40 troops to work at NATO command unit in Vilnius

Around 40 troops will work at a NATO command unit that will soon be opened in Lithuania. Under the plan, representative of more than 10 NATO countries will work there, Lithuania's Ministry of National Defence said on 25 August.
BALTOPS exercise
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