The Lithuanian president has told the BBC's Katya Adler that her country is "already under attack" and that conscription is being reintroduced in Lithuania as a response to threats in the region.
Dalia Grybauskaite said that the country needed to be able to protect itself as it was in the "frontier". She said her country bordered Russia and there were "threats and exercises practically every day".
Kim might expect another payday from Seoul, especially considering that when South Koreans go the polls in May they will almost certainly elect a president who favors engagement with Pyongyang.
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