Baltic states to cooperate on tackling terrorist groups

Public security services will be invoked to rapidly neutralise separatist or terrorist groups if they emerge in any of the Baltic states - Estonia, Latvia or Lithuania.
Lithuanian Minister of the Interior Dailis Alfonsas Barakauskas
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