LANDSBERGIS ACCUSED OF KGB LINKS IN RUNUP TO ELECTION.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 3 Issue: 183
Lithuanian parliament chairman Vytautas Landsbergis yesterday rejected charges that he had worked for the KGB during the 1980s. The charges were aired yesterday by a parliamentary deputy citing alleged testimony by four former KGB agents whom he interviewed in his capacity as a member of a parliamentary commission that investigates possible KGB connections of legislators. (International agencies, October 1) Landsbergis is a declared candidate in the presidential election scheduled for December 21.
Expulsion of Russian Officials from Chechnya.