"If there is such a proposal, it is really very important. I do support it," he told the Žinių Radijas radio station on Thursday.
Skvernelis added that the special services are trustworthy, but "there is always a theoretical possibility of abuse".
"Such a safeguard certainly allows the public to have more confidence in the special services," he said.
NSGK on Wednesday approved the findings of its investigation into businesses' unlawful influence on political processes.
The committee says, among other things, that Russia's nuclear energy giant Rosatom and MG Baltic, a local business group, posed a threat to Lithuania's national security by acting non-transparently and exerting unlawful influence on political processes.
He added that the job would most likely be given to a former intelligence officer.
KTU scientists: citizens’ distrust in governmental institutions in Lithuania is among the lowest in Europe
According to the findings of the research team of Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) Faculty of...
A monument to Jew savers is planned to be built in Vilnius over the next couple of years.
Lithuanian police have busted an underground international document forgery ring, officials said...
The Lithuanian parliament on Friday extended, for another four years, the deadline for Lietuvos...