Dozens of people consciously work for Russian propaganda, Lithuanian MP says

Several dozen people are consciously helping Russia to spread propaganda in Lithuania, says historian Arvydas Anušauskas, a member of the Lithuanian parliament's National Security and Defence Committee.
Arvydas Anušauskas
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