Lithuanian police launch raids on illegal meat processing plants

The police and tax authorities have raided illegal meat processing plants across Lithuania in one of the biggest operations in the last decade. In over 200 raids, police caught 17 companies operating illegally and impounded 11 tons of poultry illegally imported from Poland.
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