Lithuanians in Israel urged to register with Foreign Ministry

After the majority of European airlines suspended flights to and from Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport for 24 hours on Wednesday, Lithuania's Foreign Ministry urged Lithuanian citizens currently in Israel to register with the Consular Department online.
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