Lithuanian police won't tolerate attempts to intimidate officers - police chief
Thursday, April 12, 2018
The detention of two men suspected of planning an attack on law-enforcement officials in Klaipėda sends a message that attempts to intimidate officers will not be tolerated, Police Commissioner General
Linas Pernavas said on Wednesday.
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