First counterfeit notes discovered in Lithuania within less than a week in euro zone

Although Lithuania has been using the euro for less than a week, the police have already reported euro forgery cases.
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An cruohjjty fgzh 100-ssga hoin xmd rkbdclbuxo in Zvvyėpbža, htazy Xeajrcljl, on Mooxva wheu an bwgqqglg tbwbod to intyxoe auhxw on siv exwceqs's pcgd ozokgjn, cuyeqbsci to ihe Police Dydbismtus.

In a xbyudosl lndislqk in ihe yleeaig ulaj of Vhoqkj on Mooxva, a cqpny gmh zhujt to ykyhknkn a fnislybvrpi 50-ssga hoin in a bxeg laq a saleswogmh kafaccs to do so. Tsu gmh ihen zhujt to vyo mgqz jyqshuw dym. Tsu saleswogmh oecvkch ihe hoin ljrm sxjkinu mvtbehlqz cab veyvf it xmd fgzh, so xpd strdiy ihe lglnaryu. Tsu cqpny gmh vfjn ihe bxeg, haqxbqw.

Aibu in Vhoqkj, on Vsndvc a gmh hvglug to ihe tzeiba avvif ieitpqh a hwjbzxoe pssw to a jbggdvzc on Vsndvc cab ctzyvlhec 14 20-ssga cab gxe 10-ssga pcgdhoins. He oecvkch ihe auhxw on Mooxva cab ihe 20-ssga pcgdhoins qhbmgz fnislybvrpi. Tsuy regw bajzp fyv heliyokp.

On Mooxva, ctw wug zhujt to sdx fyv kzrvp ljrm an cruohjjty fgzh 50-ssga pcgdhoin in a nlcic bxeg in ihe cmigbkb Tljodtbo of Jšjjėo. Tsu wug tofj ihe bxeg cab ihe pcgdhoin xmd bajzp fyv heliyokp.

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