"Chairman of the EU Military Committee to pay visit to Lithuania"

11:02 Jul 2, 2013
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English to Lithuanian translations [PRO]
Military / Defense / Communication
English term or phrase: "Chairman of the EU Military Committee to pay visit to Lithuania"
Can you, please, answer me, if this is the correct expression?
If YES, what its phrasal meaning REALLY is?
..and which fields is it mostly used in?

So sorry for the question, but me.. after 3 years of active translating experience, I gave up ... although nobody believes... in me... I don't know... for me it is not correct, but I DON'T like military field at all! THIS is my first and the last time I am dealing WITH solders, wars and armies :(((((

I will be grateful for your each and every valuable knowledge + opinion. THANK YOU so much!
TipuRosa
Norway
Local time: 05:57


Summary of answers provided
5Europos Sąjungos karinio komiteto pirmininkas atvyks vizito į Lietuvą
Leonardas


  

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"chairman of the eu military committee to pay visit to lithuania"
Europos Sąjungos karinio komiteto pirmininkas atvyks vizito į Lietuvą


Explanation:
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    Reference: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/Notice.do?mode=dbl&lng1=en,lt&lang=...
Leonardas
Local time: 06:57
PRO pts in category: 3
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