No alarming ties between Lithuanian and Russian trade unions, committee chair says

While there are some close ties between leaders of several Lithuanian trade unions and their Russian colleagues, they constitute no threat to national security, says MP Artūras Paulauskas, chairman of the parliamentary National Security and Defence Committee.
Artūras Paulauskas
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