Russia seeks infiltration of young men with dual citizenship as Lithuanian recruits

Russia is searching for ways of infiltrating young men holding dual citizenship of Lithuania and Russia in Lithuania's Armed Forces through compulsory initial military service, suggests the annual assessment of national security threats published on Monday.
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