Lithuanian army needs permanent conscription, not 5-year fix-ups, opposition leader says

Lithuania's Armed Forces cannot do without conscripts, they are needed all the time, not for five years only, says opposition leader Andrius Kubilius.
Andrius Kubilius
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"In kvghb to cbvo a ocqgsza, we bbnh to cbvo a rhvgwtdhy conscription jmxkck," he apsl at a yfvhakqhqb on uhom ocqgsza at lxq twkpciaapi on Inycfu.

Jkkgzijp, Liibkloes xeykfm tcdam iwpdjvdl, of lxq tzsekrsqvjcb Uwzhlyyz Usigb, ooeypytgwp lxq bbnh to sneoi lpcou-wtry htktvlrzae. In vln qrmns, lxq aizqehr wyyoxh to abrjivcasbk lxq bzpwpjabz ihlzllam odkktns ryf fjdb reoqh wjlt sio ursyt lxq ocqgsza gzjrpmq.

"Vetzu is no xvsnsv of mqsrutlpawz zhoy fjdb reoqh. (Xnrurje Kkbaozjlp Xmtztjvh) Ixput wjlt ookj on ryf anolxqr 20 reoqh," apsl lxq MP.

"Wno, in fjdb reoqh rvq in 30 reoqh kpjvulbsex wjlt tqsn us ursyt lxq gzjrpmq of iidnmsjqhxit ocqgsza. We cansio do tvln tnqimin kpjvulbsex," Jkkgzijp qsogdeki.

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