Air policing but one aspect of NATO presence in Baltics, Lithuanian minister says

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Russia has no reason to interpret the reduction of the number of NATO aircraft in the Baltics as a sign of NATO's weakness, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius says. The Alliance's attention to the Baltic states has not declined, since patrolling of the Baltic airspace is just one aspect of NATO's presence in the region, according to him.
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