Scope of national security threats changing - Chair of Committee

The scope of national security threats is changing with the European Union and NATO becoming the main target, the head of the Lithuanian parliament's Committee on National Security and Defence said on Wednesday after a meeting at the State Security Department.
Vytautas Bakas
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