Abdul Basir Youssuf, the Afghani NATO interpreter who had worked with Lithuanian soldiers in Ghor province and was granted asylum in Lithuania after a plea for help on Youtube in Lithuanian, has accepted a job at a resort offered to him by Lithuanian MEP Antanas Guoga.
Basir and Antanas Guoga
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On his Facebook page, Guoga shared a photo of him shaking hands with Basir, writing “Basir's contract has been signed. Tomorrow, he will put his work documents in order, and Tuesday will be his first work day in Anupriškės. He'll start working in the restaurant, and we'll see what he'll do best at.” Basir will be working at Guoga's TonyResort.

Guoga also wrote that they had started working on the documents necessary to help Basir's family in Afghanistan make it to Lithuania.

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