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NATO member Lithuania has launched a telephone hotline for citizens to report anyone they suspect could be involved in intelligence gathering for foreign powers, namely its Soviet-era master Russia.The move is part of a wider public information campaign warning citizens about the risks of being used or recruited by foreign spies.According to Vilnius University political scientist Margarita Seselgyte, as a small state – its population is just 2.9 million – Lithuania is particularly vulnerable to spies.Earlier this year, Russian courts sentenced two Lithuanian nationals to 13 and 12 years in prison for spying on Moscow.
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