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  • Writer's pictureBy The Financial District

Lithuania Grants Ukraine A €200 Million Aid Package

Ukraine's President kicked off his tour of the Baltic nations with a trip to Lithuania, where he sought support for the ongoing conflict with Russia, as reported by Euronews.

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy shake heads ahead of their talks in Vilnius. I Photo: Gitanas Nausėda Facebook

"Ukraine has shown the world that Russia's military can be stopped," President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said as he began a visit to the Baltic nations in search of more help for his country against the Kremlin's larger and better-supplied forces in the 22-month-old invasion.

Speaking in Vilnius, Zelenskyy mentioned that Ukraine still must bolster its air defense against Russia’s intensified missile and drone onslaughts and replenish its ammunition supplies as long-range strikes become the main feature of this winter's fighting, the Associated Press (AP) also reported.

The Lithuanian government has confirmed a €200 million aid package for Ukraine.

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“At Lithuania‘s Defense Council, we approved a 200-million-euro package of long-term military assistance to Ukraine. In January, we will again send ammunition, generators, and detonation systems to Ukraine. And in February M577 APCs. We will train Ukrainian soldiers and strengthen cooperation in the military industry,” said Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda.

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