Man jailed for spying for Belarus to get compensation for poor prison conditions

Andrei Oshurkov, a former military paramedic convicted of spying for Belarus, is to receive 1,500 euros in compensation from the Lithuanian state for non-material damage he suffered while waiting for his sentence in an overcrowded prison cell.
Andrei Oshurkov
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