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LAW ON POLICE

Chapter 1

General Provisions

Article 1. Goals of the Police

The police of the Republic of Lithuania shall be the executive body of State power ensuring law and order, and operating within the system of internal affairs of the Republic.

The main goals of the police force shall be: the prevention of crime and other violations of the law; the detection and investigation of crimes; the protection of public order, peace, and security; the protection of civil rights, freedoms and property; and, within its powers, environmental protection. Furthermore, the police shall control traffic safety, and shall offer emergency aid and other means of social assistance to the community.

The police shall protect all citizens and organisations of the Republic of Lithuania, as well as other persons who are in the territory of the Republic of Lithuania and who are within the jurisdiction of the Republic, regardless of their citizenship, nationality, origin, social and material status, social and political views, religious beliefs, and other factors.

Article 2. The Principles of Police Activities

Police activities shall be based on the principles of democracy, humanism, lawfulness, social justice, openness, professional secrecy, and on the principle of combining individual and collegiate management.

Political parties and political movements shall not be permitted within the police force.

Article 3. The Legal Bases for Police Activities

The police shall observe the Basic Provisional Law of the Republic of Lithuania (the Constitution), this Law, other laws of the Republic of Lithuania, decrees and directives of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania, and standard acts of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania. Municipal Police shall also follow the resolutions of their local bodies of power and government, provided that the said resolutions comply with the laws of the Republic of Lithuania.

Article 4. Publicity of Police Activities

The police shall inform State and local government bodies of power an government, the mass media, and the general public about their activities.

Upon receipt of a citizen's application, the police must, in accordance with the procedures established by the Minister of Internal Affairs and approved by the Government, furnish information concerning the applicant which is stored in the police data banks, provided that this information is not of a confidential nature. It shall be prohibited to disclose personal information to any citizen other than the one whom the information concerns.

The police may not disclose information which is considered to be a State, national defence, commercial, or professional secret. Information which is acquired in the line of duty and which is potentially harmful to the honour, dignity or safety of citizens, the safety of police officers or their family members, the lawful interests of organisations, or information which would obstruct the detection of crimes or condition the commission of crimes, shall not be disclosed, unless the performance of duty or the needs of justice directly necessitate its disclosure.

Article 5. Police Officers and their Legal Status

Police officers shall be public servants whose honour, dignity, life, health, rights, and freedoms shall be protected by the laws of the Republic of Lithuania.

Police officers shall be citizens of the Republic of Lithuania who serve and hold a valid post in the police force, and who carry out police functions. They shall, at all times and places, have the same legal status and position as governmental representatives.

Police officers shall comprise policemen/policewomen and police officials.

Police officers shall also comprise cadets of the Lithuanian Police Academy and members of the police reserve, when such persons are charged to enforce public order. Cadets of the Lithuanian Police Academy shall also be granted the status of police officers during their practice or probationary periods in the police force.

All citizens, enterprises (i.e. State, private and other), institutions, and organisations (and their officials) must comply with the demands of a police officer.

Police officers shall have the right to have custody of, carry, and use firearms and special police equipment in accordance with the procedures established in this Law.

If the demands of a police officer are not complied with, the officer shall have the right to use force, but only to the extent necessary, and after all other measures of persuasion and the like prove to be ineffective. 

Probationary police officers shall not be issued firearms.  

Article 6. Legal Guarantees of Police Activities

In the line of duty, police officers shall only act according to the law. Police officers must obey the orders of their superior officers.

If a police officer is issued an order or a directive which contradicts the law, he or she must act in accordance with the law, and must report the unlawful order or directive to both the Police Department and the prosecutor.

Article 7. Assistance to Police Officers in the Fulfilment of their Duties

State and local government bodies, as well as their officials, must render necessary organisational and technical assistance to police officers performing their duties.

In their activities, police officers shall rely on organisations of law enforcement and maintenance of public order which are formed and operated on a voluntary basis, as well an on the assistance of citizens. Said organisations must be registered in the procedure established by law and the Government of the Republic of Lithuania.

Article 8. Realization of Professional Interests

Police officers may establish societies, clubs, professional unions, and other associations in order to meet   their professional, cultural, and social needs. The functioning of said associations shall be controlled by the regulations (i.e. statutes) which shall be adopted and registered in the manner established by law.

Police officers shall be prohibited from going on strike.

Article 9. Professional Relations of the Police

The police force of the Republic of Lithuania shall maintain professional relations with relevant institutions in other countries, as well as with international police organisations.

 Article 10. Supervision and Control of Police Activities

The Prosecutor's Office of the Republic of Lithuania shall supervise the legality of police activities. Relevant institutions of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Lithuania, the Government, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, local government

Councils, and executive bodies shall exercise control over police activities within their jurisdiction.

Article 11. Appealing Against Police Actions

Citizens shall have the right to appeal against the actions of police officers and bodies of law enforcement in accordance with the procedures established by law.

Civic complaints against the actions of police officers shall be investigated and settled by the chief officer of the police institution wherein the police officer (against whom the complaint is lodged) is employed. Citizens may appeal to a higher level police institution, to the competent body of control over police activities, or to the court if they disagree with the decision of the chief officer.

Chapter 2

The Organisation and Functions of the Police

Article 12. The Organisation and Structure of the Police Force

The unified system of the police force of the Republic of Lithuania shall consist of the branches and structural subdivisions of the National and Municipal Police under the authority of the Police Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania.

The Police Department shall be headed by the Police Commissar General, who is also the Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs. The Police Commissar General shall be appointed and/or removed from office by the Government, upon the approval of the Supreme Council.

The city (district) Police Commissariat shall be a division of the higher level local government board, wherein branches of the National and Municipal Police shall be operating.

The city (district) Police Commissar shall be approved by the local government Council and appointed by the Minister of Internal Affairs, on the joint recommendation of the Police Commissar General of the Police Department and the higher level local government board.

Article 13. The National Police

The National Police shall comprise criminal police, transport police, traffic police, and public police. Chief officers of  the National Police shall be appointed by the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania, on the recommendation of the Police Commissar General of the Police Department. Branches and other structural police subdivisions shall be formed within the criminal, transport, traffic, and public police for the fulfilment of certain functions or objectives.

On the order of the Minister of Internal Affairs, other internal affairs branches may also operate under the auspices of Municipal Police Commissariats.

Article 14. Goals of the National Police

The criminal police, by way of their operational and professional activities, shall prevent crime, shall keep criminal records, shall detect and investigate crimes which have been committed and shall pursue their perpetrators, shall conduct investigations in cases assigned to their competence, and shall carry out assignments given by prosecutors, interrogators, judges, and the court, and which are related to the investigation of crimes and the search for the offenders.

The public police shall ensure public order at national events, shall render necessary assistance to the prosecutor's office and investigative bodies in the investigation of crimes, as well as to courts in the investigation of cases and in the execution of court sentences and court orders, shall ensure public order and peace in cases provided by law, when State officers (officers of control bodies, State inspectorates, and other State bodies and institutions) are performing their lawful duties, and, upon authorisation from the Government, shall guard State institutions and other important facilities.

Upon the decision of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania, special purpose police units which are directly subordinate to the Police Commissar General of the Police Department may be formed within the public police.

The transport police shall carry out the functions of the criminal and public police within the railway, airline and water borne systems of transport, and in the territories subordinate to said systems.

The traffic police shall exercise road safety control, shall investigate traffic violations and road accidents, shall institute inquiries concerning road accidents, and shall impose administrative penalties and other measures of influence for traffic violations.

Article 15. The Municipal Police

The Municipal Police shall comprise subdivisions which shall prevent violations of law and order, shall institute inquiries in the manner established by law, and shall ensure the protection of public order and peace, as well as of the rights and lawful interests of citizens. These functions shall be performed by municipal police stations which shall be formed according to territorial principle.

Municipal Police shall be directed by the Police Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

Police stations located on the territory of a city (district) shall be directed by the Commissar of the Municipal Police, who is also a Deputy Commissar of the city (district) police. The Commissar of the Municipal Police shall be appointed by the higher level local government Board, and approved by the local government Council, on the recommendation of the Police Commissar. 

Commissars of municipal police stations shall be appointed by the city (district) Police Commissar, on the recommendation of the Municipal Police Commissar, and shall be approved by the lower level local government Council(s) on whose territory the police station is operating. If any one of the Councils does not approve, the higher level local government Council shall approve the police station Commissar.

The police station Commissar shall be granted the powers of chief officer of the body of inquiry, and the authority to investigate cases of administrative law violations. Other Municipal Police officers shall be appointed by the city (district) Police Commissar, on the recommendation of the Municipal Police Commissar. 

The higher level local governments shall have the exclusive right to form police stations and to determine the area serviced by them. 

The Ministry of Internal Affairs, in conjunction with local governments, shall organize the selection and training of the Municipal Police staff, and shall provide them with uniforms with local government insignias, as well as with police equipment and armament.

Article 16. Goals of the Municipal Police

On their respective territories, Municipal Police shall prevent violations of law and order, shall protect public peace and order, shall ensure the protection of the rights and lawful interests of the citizens, and, within their competence, shall ensure environmental protection. In accordance with the procedures established by law, the Municipal Police shall conduct inquiries in cases assigned to their competence, shall fulfil assignments given by courts located on the territory of the local government, and shall assist the traffic police in ensuring traffic safety on their territory.

Article 17. Functions of the Police

The police, while protecting and defending the life, health, honour, dignity, rights, freedoms, lawful interests, and property of citizens from socially dangerous attacks, and while carrying out other tasks set forth by law, shall discharge functions specified in Articles 18 24 of this Law.

It shall be prohibited to charge the police to carry out functions which are not prescribed by law.

Article 18. The Prevention of Crime and other Violations of the Law

The police shall:

Article 19. Detection and Investigation of Crimes

The police shall:

Article 20. Operational Police Activities

Operational police activities shall be the activities of crime prevention and detection which are of a secretive nature and which are carried out with the intention of collecting information concerning planned or  committed crimes. As such activities are carried out, the acquired material shall be documented, searches shall be conducted for the offenders and missing per sons, and the sources and means of illegal income shall be disclosed.

In executing operational activities, the police may, in the established manner, use special technical devices, voluntary assistance from citizens (open and secret), as well as intelligence questioning, operational surveys and inspections, surreptitious surveillance, intelligence, and other methods of special control.

The means, methods, and techniques of operational activities and the manner in which they are used shall be regulated by special standard acts drafted by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Prosecutor's Office, and approved by the Government.

In each specific case, the utilisation of the means, methods, and techniques of operational activities shall be sanctioned by the prosecutor, provided that this is established in the standard acts specified in paragraph 3 of Article 20 of this Law. Factual information which is obtained by employing said methods and which is recorded with the aid of technical equipment may be used as evidence in criminal cases in the manner established by the Law on Criminal Procedure.

Police operational activities shall be practiced for the sole purpose of combating crime, and shall be the exclusive right of the operational branches of the police.

Article 21. Protection of Public Order, Peace, and Safety, and Civil Rights and Freedoms

The police shall:

Article 22. Road Traffic Control

The police shall:

Article 23. Social Assistance to the Community

The police shall:

Article 24. Cooperation between Police Branches

In maintaining public order, preventing crimes or other violations of law, apprehending offenders, as well as in other cases, all of the police branches shall cooperate and render thorough reciprocal assistance without any special orders or directives thereto.

Chapter 3

Police Service

Article 25. The Process of Joining and the Legal Regulations of Service in the Police

Citizens of the Republic of Lithuania who are 18 years of age or over, who have a command of the national language, and who, by their educational, professional and physical, qualifications, personal qualities, and state of health, are capable of performing the duties of a police officer, may join the police on a voluntary and selective basis.

Persons may only join the police after the medical commission of the Ministry of Internal Affairs certifies that they are fit for the service. Upon joining the service, police officers shall take an oath to the State of Lithuania.

Citizens who join the police of the Republic of Lithuania for the first time, and who have no specialised or higher education, shall be given the lowest rank of probationary policeman, and a probation period of 1 year shall be established.

Police officers may not be members of any political parties or political organisations.

Service in the police shall be based on the discipline prescribed by service regulations.

The conditions and procedure for service in the police shall be established by: the Law on the Police of the Republic of Lithuania as well as other laws, and the Statute of the Service in the Police, and the Statute of the Police approved by the Government.

Persons who join the police of the Republic of Lithuania after serving in the system of internal affairs of the Republic of Lithuania or in corresponding services of other countries, may have their years of duty (employment) in the aforesaid positions included in their period of service and guaranteed long service bonus.

In addition to their work in the police, police officers shall only be permitted  to engage in educational and scientific research work, provided that this does not contradict their service interests.

Article 26. The Police Officer's Oath

Upon entry into office, a police officer shall take the following oath to the State of Lithuania:

" With you as witness, I, (name, surname):

So help me God."

Note. The last sentence may be omitted from the oath.

The procedure for administering the oath shall be established in the Statute of the Service in the Police.

Citizens who refuse to take the oath shall not be employed in the police.

Article 27. Standard Police Ranks

The following ranks shall be established in the police for denoting length of service, qualification, and office, as well as for regulating the relations between police officers:

After passing a qualification examination (the requirements and procedure of which shall be established by the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania) and being appointed to a relevant office, a person shall be given a police rank. 

Police ranks shall be given as follows:

Qualification categories shall be established for denoting the qualification of police officers.

Article 28. The Police Uniform

Police officers, while on duty, shall wear the uniform approved by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania. The uniform shall bear the police officer's name, as well as the insignia of the officer's respective police force (Municipal Police officers shall also wear the insignia of their local government).

While off duty, police officers may wear civilian clothes.

Cases in which police officers are not required to carry out their duty in uniform shall be established by the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania.

In uniform, police officers shall also be permitted to wear orders, medals, and decorations of other states. The procedure for wearing said decorations shall be established by the Minister of Internal Affairs.

Article 29. The Dismissal of Police Officers

Police officers shall be dismissed from service:

Disputes concerning dismissal from service shall be resolved in court.

Article 30. The Enlistment of Employees of the Internal Affairs System to Perform Police Duties

In the event of an exigency to ensure public order and security, police duties may be performed by employees of the internal affairs system who are not in the police service, in pursuance of a written order from the chief officer of a police institution. In such a case, the employees of the internal affairs system shall be under the direction of a permanent police officer.

While performing police duties, employees of the internal affairs system must wear an insignia which is clear to the population and which shall be established by the Minister of Internal Affairs, who shall also inform the public thereof.

Article 31. The Police Reserves

The police institutions of the Republic of Lithuania shall have police reserves. The police reserves shall consist of police officers who have been dismissed from service for objective reasons and upon their consent, have been transferred to the police reserves, as well as citizens of the Republic of Lithuania who are fit for service in the police, and who pledge to conscientiously and honestly fulfil the duties entrusted to them.

Persons shall be selected for the police reserves according to the general requirements for the staffing of the police as provided in this Law. 

Citizens who are in the police reserves shall be issued standardized certificates, shall undergo training, and shall be supplied with clothing and arms, the costs whereof shall be covered by the State. While in service, they shall perform the functions of police officers, and shall have their rights and duties.

The conditions and procedures for entrance into the police reserves shall be established in the Regulations of the Police Reserves of the Republic of Lithuania, which shall be approved by the Government. 

Police officers who are transferred to the reserves shall have the right to use the rank that they held at the time of discharge, appending the words "in the reserves".

Article 32. Police Personnel Training

Police personnel shall be trained at special schools.

Persons who have graduated from other institutions of higher education and who leave their job for employment in the police shall be provided with re training courses.

Chapter 4

The Rights, Duties, and Responsibilities of Police Officers

Article 33. General and Special Rights and Duties of Police Officers

Police officers shall have the social, economic, political, and personal rights and freedoms of citizens of the Republic of Lithuania as consolidated in the Provisional Basic Law (the Constitution) of the Republic of Lithuania.

Police officers shall have general and special professional rights and duties. 

All police officers shall have general rights and duties. Special professional rights and duties shall be conferred to police officers who are performing certain functions established by this Law. 

Article 34. General Professional Rights of Police Officers

Each police officer shall have the right to:

Article 35. General Professional Duties of Police Officers

A police officer, at all times and places, must:

In carrying out all of their duties, police officers must respect and preserve the dignity of the people, and must ensure and protect their rights and freedoms.

Article 36. The Rights of Police Officers in the Prevention of Crime and Violations of the Law

While preventing law violations, a police officer shall have the right: 

Article 37. The Rights of Police Officers in the Apprehension and Investigation of Crimes

While investigating a crime, a police officer shall have the right:

Article 38. The Rights of Police Officers in the Protection of Public Peace and Order and Civil Rights and Freedoms

While protecting public peace and order and safeguarding civil rights, freedoms, and safety, a police officer shall have the right:

Article 39. The Rights of Police Officers in Ensuring Road Safety

In attempting to ensure road safety, a police officer shall have the right:

Article 40. Responsibility of Police Officers

Police officers shall be personally liable for their own actions and decisions, and the consequences thereof.

Police officers who violate the requirements of law in the execution of their duties shall, in accordance with the procedure established by law, be subject to disciplinary, administrative, material, or criminal liability, depending on the nature of the violation.

A police officer who knowingly executes an order or directive which is criminal or unlawful shall not be relieved of responsibility.

The State shall fully compensate for damage inflicted on a citizen by the unlawful official actions of a police officer, regardless of the police officer's guilt, in accordance with the procedure established for the compensation for damage caused by unlawful actions of bodies of inquiry and investigation, the prosecutor, and the court. 

Police officers who act in accordance with the lawful powers granted to them shall not be held responsible for damages, provided that the legal limits of criminal arrest were not exceeded thereby.

Lithuanian Police Academy cadets who are expelled must reimburse the Academy for all expenses and training costs. This shall also apply to cadets who, on a competitive basis, fail to proceed to a higher level, and refuse to work in the police force for an established period of time.

Chapter 5

Police Firearms and Special Equipment and the Conditions of the Utilization Thereof

Article 41. The Objectives and Restrictions of Using Firearms and Special Equipment

The police shall have the right to keep and, pursuant to the conditions provided for in this Law, to use firearms and special equipment.

The police shall use firearms and special equipment in order to stop activities which endanger society, or to apprehend the perpetrators of such actions and bring them to police head quarters. Firearms and special police equipment shall only be used for the purposes established by law. 

In using firearms and special equipment, police officers shall take into consideration the nature of the law violation, the offender, as well as the concrete circumstances and situation. While employing firearms or special equipment, police officers must take all possible measures to avoid detrimental consequences.

When circumstances allow, police officers must warn persons beforehand of their intent to use firearms or special equipment against them, except in cases specified in paragraphs 3 and 4 of

Article 43 of this Law. Firearms shall only be employed after all other available methods have been used, or when such methods can not be used due to a lack of time.

Article 42. Conditions for the Utilization of Firearms 

A police officer shall have the right to use firearms against persons, animals, motor vehicles, and other forms of transportation.

A police officer shall have the right to use firearms against a person in the following cases:

The use of firearms against a person and the consequences thereof shall be reported to the prosecutor immediately.

The use of firearms shall be prohibited: in public gathering places, if it endangers innocent people; against citizens who have young children with them; against women, minors, and persons who are visibly disabled, except in cases when said persons attack or resist with firearms themselves.

A police officer shall have the right to use firearms against transport if the driver refuses to stop upon an obvious and express demand that is made suitably in advance, and if traffic safety or other people are endangered by the person's driving.

A police officer may shoot an animal if it is attacking a person or if it is dangerous to the residents.

Article 43. Special Police Equipment and the Conditions of Use Thereof 

Police shall be permitted to possess and use the following special equipment and methods: rubber truncheons, handcuffs and restraining devices, methods of combat wrestling, gas, water cannons, police dogs, methods of stopping transport by force, and other means:

7. means of stopping transport by force may be used when the driver refuses to stop upon a police officer's demand, or in regard to a special road sign. 

It shall be prohibited to use special police equipment against children, pregnant women, women with children, and persons who are visibly disabled, except in cases when said persons are themselves the attackers.

Chapter 6

Social Guarantees of Police Officers

Article 44. Housing Provisions

Police officers shall be provided with flats according to the procedures established in the effective laws of the Republic of Lithuania.

Employees of enterprises, institutions, and organisations who are on the waiting list for acquiring a flat at their place of employment shall have their waiting list position transferred to the appropriate town (district) local government waiting list, according to their place of residence, upon joining the police of the Republic of Lithuania.

Persons who quit their job to join the police may not be evicted, by reason thereof, from official dwelling premises or hostels without being provided with another dwelling place.

Officers of certain police branches may be provided with official flats according to the procedure established by the Government. 

Police officers shall be entitled to rent deductions and relieves which shall be reimbursed by State and local government funds appropriated for financing the social needs of police.

Article 45. Remuneration of Police Officers

The salary of police officers shall comprise their basic salary (monthly wages) calculated according to their rank, qualification category, and length of service, as well as additional allowances (in accordance with the Labour Code) for working on days off, holidays, at night, and overtime. In addition, police officers shall be paid supplementary wages for the place and conditions of service and for knowledge of a foreign language, as well as family allowances, special commissions for secret work, relocation allowances, one time benefits, and other payments.

The amount of basic salaries, additional allowances, compensations, benefits, and other payments, as well as the procedures for calculating the rate thereof, shall be regulated by law and shall be established by the Government of the Republic on the recommendation of the Minister of Internal Affairs.

Article 46. Police Officer Pensions

The State shall guarantee social security for police officers who become disabled in the line of duty.

The State shall guarantee accident insurance for police officers serving in the police of the Republic of Lithuania.

The amount of pension and scope of social guarantees shall be established by the laws of the Republic of Lithuania, and the procedures for application thereof shall be established by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania.

Article 47. Other Social Guarantees of Police Officers

A police officer's work week shall consist of 40 hours. If necessary, the chief officer of an organ of the police may as sign working hours to police officers which exceed the established standard work week. They shall be remunerated therefore in the procedure established in Article 45 of this Law.

Annual vacation time shall be established in relation to a police officer's length of service in the police (the system of internal affairs) as follows:

On the territory of the Republic of Lithuania, police officers may use public transportation (i.e. city, suburban, and inter city transportation for distances not exceeding 100 kilometres) free of charge, with the exception of air transport and taxi cabs.

Police officers shall be entitled to reimbursement for the costs of medication, sanatorium vouchers, and medical treatment at sanatoriums from State Social Insurance funds, according to the procedures established in the Law on State Social Insurance.

The specifics of police officer health protection and social insurance shall be controlled in accordance with regulations approved by the Ministers of Internal Affairs, Health, and Social Security.

Article 48. Police Officer Compensations

In the event that a police officer dies in the line of duty, his or her family shall be paid a one time compensation equivalent to the ten year (120 months) salary of the deceased.

A police officer who sustains personal injuries on duty shall be compensated the equivalent of one to five yearly salaries (from 12 to 60 monthly salaries), depending on the gravity of the sustained injury.

Police officers shall be compensated for material damages encountered during service in the police.

Chapter 7

Police Financing and Material Technical Provisions

Article 49. The Financing of the Police

The National Police shall be financed from the State budget of the Republic of Lithuania.

The Municipal Police shall be financed from the State and local government budgets. From their budgets, local governments shall ensure the payment of salaries to Municipal Police staff, and the reimbursement for police station maintenance expenses. Funds from the State budget of the Republic of Lithuania shall be appropriated for remunerating police officers in cases provided for in this Law, for compensating damages, for covering maintenance expenses of the national staff of the Municipal Police, and for financing centralized material technical supply for police stations.

For the expansion of police staff, the development of the technical bases of subdivisions, the provision of financial incentives for personnel, and the improvement of employees' living conditions, the following funds shall also be used: 

The procedure for appropriating funds required for police force maintenance into the State and local government budgets shall be established by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania.

Article 50. Material Technical Provisions for the Police

Material technical provisions for subdivisions of the National Police shall be financed from the funds appropriated for their maintenance.

Local governments shall provide territorial subdivisions of the National and Municipal Police with premises according to the general procedure, and shall ensure heating, lighting, and general and technical maintenance on the said premises.  

Subdivisions of the transport police shall be provided with premises, equipment, and communication facilities by the departments serviced by them.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs shall provide subdivisions of the police with means of transportation, uniforms, firearms, ammunition, special police equipment, clerical workers, operational, communication, information, and other equipment, as well as other means required for their work.

Kazimieras Motieka

Vice President

Supreme Council

Republic of Lithuania

Vilnius

11 December 1990

No. I-851