Lithuania's culture minister 'had clash of interest'

Lithuania's Culture Minister Šarūnas Birutis of the Labour Party had a clash of interests by failing to declare links with the Bulgarian-registered company Agrolitas, the Chief Official Ethics Commission has found.
Šarūnas Birutis
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