Vilnius institute wants students about Russian intelligence officer

Vilnius University's Institute of International Relations and Political Science (VU TSPMI) has warned its students that a Russian intelligence officer mentioned in Lithuanian intelligence bodies' report on national security threats has been seen attending the institute's events.
Russia's Intelligence officer at the TSPMI
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