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Minister A. Anušauskas discussed bilateral cooperation topicalities with Ambassador of France
2021.10.28
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October 28, Minister of National Defence Arvydas Anušauskas met with the new Ambassador of France to Lithuania HE Alix Victoria Everard for a discussion on the most topical aspects of security and defence cooperation between the two countries.

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Patrol craft marine radars purchased for the Navy
2021.10.27
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The Lithuanian Navy has procured patrol ship marine radars with air target acquisition and tracking capability. The contract was signed with Italian company Leonardo S.p.A. last week and the procurement carried out by the Defence Materiel Agency under the Ministry of National Defence.

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Data on interceptions of aircraft completed near the Baltic States' borders on October 18 – 24, 2021
2021.10.26
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On October 18 – 24 fighter aircraft conducting the NATO Air Policing Mission in the Baltic states were not alerted to scramble and intercept military aircraft of the Russian Federation in the international airspace over the Baltic Sea.

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NATO Ministers of Defence in Brussels addressed Afghanistan: further role in the fight against terrorism discussed
2021.10.22
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NATO Ministers of Defence had the first collective discussion together during the ministerial in Brussels on the situation in Afghanistan since the takeover of the Taliban. Ministers addressed the further role of NATO in the fight against terrorism, how the Afghan evacuation process was carried out, and the necessity to conduct analysis of the lessons learned during NATO operations in Afghanistan.

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Lithuania will take part in shaping NATO defence and security technology innovation policy
2021.10.22
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October 22, Minister of National Defence Arvydas Anušauskas joined 16 NATO counterparts and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg to officially launch a process for retaining and further enhancing the technological and innovative edge of NATO.

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A. Anušauskas underscored the importance of transatlantic unity at a EU Defence Ministers seminar
2021.10.21
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“The European Union level of ambition has to match its resources and reflect its political will to act,” said Minister of National Defence Arvydas Anušauskas on October 21 in Brussels at a European Union Defence Ministers seminar where EU Defence Ministers were discussing the EU Strategic Compass currently in progress.

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NATO Ministers of Defence agreed to strengthen deterrence and defence in response to the Russian threat
2021.10.21
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“NATO needs reliable defence plans and forces that are ready and capable of responding in a timely manner. Allied forces must be ready to respond swiftly,” said Minster of National Defence Arvydas Anušauskas discussing with NATO counterparts Alliance deterrence and defence policy planning in response to threat from Russia.

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Medal bestowed on Policy Director of the Ministry of Defence of Latvia for strengthening Baltic cooperation
2021.10.20
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On October 20 Deputy Secretary of State and Policy Director of the Ministry of Defence of Latvia Janis Karlsbergs was decorated at the Ministry of National Defence. Vice Minister of National Defence Margiris Abukevičius bestowed on him the Medal For Meritorious Civilian Service and pointed out the Latvian official’s merits in strengthening the cooperation between the Baltic states.

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The Lithuanian Armed Forces received another 42 brand new German-made Unimog trucks
2021.10.20
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October 20, another 42 U5000 Unimog, 5-ton capacity trucks additionally purchased by the Lithuanian Armed Forces were delivered to Lithuania. The tactical vehicles have been procured from the German Daimler Trucks AG manufacturer in the ongoing effort to modernize the Lithuanian Armed Forces and update the Lithuanian Armed Forces military vehicle fleet.

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Cyber Shield 2021: organisations and users should start getting ready for possible cyber incidents today
2021.10.20
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October 20, a test of actions of public and private sectors in Lithuania according to a scenario involving a high risk level cyber incident affecting a large part of the community and disrupting the supply of basic services was conducted out as part of Cyber Shield 2021, largest cyber defence exercise in Lithuania this year.

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