The Lithuanian parliament passed a law that provides for raising pay for soldiers in a unanimous vote on Wednesday.
© D. Kalikausko nuotr.

As proposed by the Defense Ministry, soldiers' salaries will be increased by 10 percent this year and next year each and by another 5 percent in 2020.

Around 83 million euros are to be allocated for this purpose over a four-year period.

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