Portuguese and Canadians jets take over Baltic air policing mission

The Lithuanian Air Force Base in Šiauliai, northern Lithuania, on Monday hosted the official rotation ceremony of contingents in charge of NATO's Baltic air policing mission.
NATO forces in Lithuania
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