Lithuania issues manuals and Estonia conducts war games against a possible attack from their eastern border
The Lithuanian Defense Ministry has drafted a manual for civilians in case of Russian aggression.
75-page book describes samples of Russian weapons and tactics of their military units. The main idea is Lithuanians to be able to recognize enemy troops.
For those who decide to become a guerrilla warrior, there are recommendations what type of clothes to wear, what to eat and how to provide first aid. The manuals will be distributed to schools, universities, and public libraries.
Insurgent competitions also take place in the neighboring Estonia in light of Russia's incursion of Ukraine. Around 25 thousand people have signed up for the event organized by the Estonian Defense League.