NATO Military Committee agrees to set up military staffs in Lithuania and five other countries

NATO's Military Committee on Thursday gave a green light to the establishment of international military staffs in Lithuania and five other countries in Central and Eastern Europe, and will submit the proposal to defence ministers, Lithuania's Chief of Defense Major General Jonas Vytautas Žukas confirmed to BNS.
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