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The management of Lithuania's airfields will be entrusted to municipalities after a decision by the government‘s Strategic Committee. However, Interior Minister Saulius Skvernelis said that municipalities would not be forced to take the responsibility for the airfields.
Airfields to be sold to municipalities
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