Deployment of Patriot missiles in Lithuania being considered

The deployment of Patriot long-range air defence systems in Lithuania as part of NATO's multinational battalion that is to arrive in the country next year is being considered, the chief of the Joint Staff of the Lithuanian Armed Forces said on October 20.
Patriot long-range air defense system in Poland

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