Lithuanian prosecutors continue investigation into swine fever outbreak

Prosecutors of Panevėžys County Prosecutor's Office continue a pre-trial investigation into the outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) in a farm complex in Ignalina region. The investigation seeks to find out if livestock were infected on purpose.

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