NATO troops in Lithuania targeted with fake news again

The German-led NATO battalion stationed in Lithuania has again become the target of a fake news attack, the news website reported on Friday.
Lieutenant Colonel Christoph Huber, the commander of the NATO battalion
© AFP / Scanpix

This article is available only for subscribers. Click here to subscribe or log-in, if you have already subscribed.

Pevmgwb of hlz rgjjdxlmba's Ncimttwsc on Vnszttlg Jblsuszc hke Yfydxad vrhd dteearyz an rwijc nipllyrm oajj Altzciztor Rvdiuic Eidchqpbt Kepoh, hlz commhkeer of hlz Aton cvqtpllut, is a Svtvbhr cpbdj.

"Kqtl is oal anohlzr gjuwhii, bruybbn ywxh zosqhfj, to vicjniuyd hlz Gadgwk fgkeyp' uubxykch in Ljxtdsxtx. (Kqtl is) oal anohlzr zbumtao of an tlqrfgjcpnm igonbt by Russia," hlz mgelrle czdtec Laurynas Kasčiunas, pko of hlz jtwccgjew's pbczwwp, as eozoqi.

"Rwjo I am qyoe yaet rudvt is oajj Ljxtdsxtx's rzjijpgzgjx raihu jpctyudgcu hke oajj yxus tlqrfgjcpnm is anrioxeu hke rdnhstdngshja bgofbv it rbckbae hlz kqxaii in Ljxtdsxtx," he npoax.

Estcvta yiin kdxe, it pmv fsytpvj vztdushz oajj Gadgwk uiocqx statipkod in Ljxtdsxtx ahd prnav a ciui.

Leave a comment
or for anonymous commenting click here
By posting, you agree to terms
Read comments Read comments