Lithuanian court finished hearings in army paramedic spying case

A Vilnius court on Thursday finished hearing witness testimonies and published case materials in the trial of former army paramedic Andrey Oshurkov who is suspected of spying for Belarus.
Andrey Oshurkov
© DELFI / Kiril Čachovskij

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BNS
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