New Nato deployment to boost Lithuania's economy

NATO's deployment of a multinational battalion to Lithuania will be an opportunity for local businesses to earn money by providing a thousand of German, Belgian, French and other allied troops with food, fuel and other supplies, boosting the local economy.

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