"These missiles can reach not just Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius, but also Berlin," Linkevicius warned.
"Nobody knows where it is, but when you find it, it's amazing," reads Vilnius's new tourism ad.
The newly arrived Yandex Taxi app is a product of one of Russia's most successful and popular digital companies—and Lithuanian officials are suspicious.
Russia has consistently denied any efforts to disseminate "fake news" to impact foreign nations.
Lithuania's defense minister said NATO states "need to address" permanent anti-aircraft power across the Baltic states and Poland to counter Russia.
The Baltic NATO ally summoned Russia's envoy to demand an explanation, but Moscow claims the incursion was an emergency call which is being "politicized."
The Russian Il-20 aircraft flew to and from Kaliningrad—a course Russia has defended as a "necessity."
Russia's upcoming Zapad drill was described as a "simulated attack" by Lithuania's government.
Poland has already agreed to purchase the system, while Sweden will be next to experience it firsthand in a joint drill with U.S.
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Russian jets have been caught near NATO skies twice recently.
Russia's upcoming nearby drill has been described as a "simulation" for an attack on its Baltic neighbors.
It is a busy summer for Russia and allied forces around the Baltic Sea.
The border between Poland and Lithuania is strategically important because its seizure would cut off the Baltic states from the rest of the Western alliance.
The Baltics have been particularly worried about Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014.
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Russia and Belarus's neighbors are concerned about the huge drill they have planned.
Defense Secretary James Mattis called Russia's missile moves "destabilizing" as Moscow positions for war games with Belarus.
The navy has scheduled a series of tests for the cruise missile armed Krasnodar submarine.
Recent Russian deployments suggest a new intervention in Ukraine, Belarus or the Caucasus.
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, part of both NATO and the European Union, have been increasingly nervous since the Russian takeover of Crimea in 2014.