Lithuanian general: US-organized exercise shows NATO solidarity

The US-organized international exercise, which is starting in the three Baltic states and Poland on Monday, shows NATO solidarity with the countries in the region that have fears in connection to Russia, says Lithuanian Major General Almantas Leika who is heading the exercise.
Almantas Leika
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