The Lithuanian Military Academy is preparing premises for the projected National Centre of Cyber Security, Defence Minister Juozas Olekas says.
Juozas Olekas
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"Paintwork is underway, furniture is being prepared. The centre will be primarily stationed at the Military Academy," the minister told journalists at the parliament on Tuesday.

He attended a meeting of the parliamentary National Security and Defence Committee, which addressed the national security bill.

Under the draft law, the National Centre of Cyber Security should open in early 2015.

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