Lithuanian defence minister wants conscripts' families and employers fined for not passing summons

Parents, spouses and employers should be put under the obligation of handing conscription papers to persons liable to military duty, Lithuanian Defence Minister Juozas Olekas said in one of the proposals to the parliament's National Security and Defence Committee on Wednesday.
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