Lithuania announces new military aid package to Ukraine
Gitanas Nausėda (Photo:REUTERS/David W Cerny)
Lithuania is preparing a new military aid package with anti-drones and other weapons for Ukraine, Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda tweeted on March 22.
“Support to Ukraine is crucial,” he said.
“In upcoming months, Lithuania will send anti-drones, weapons, ammunition, provide military training and will continue inviting the allies to boost up their efforts too.”
Lithuania’s support to Ukraine now accounts for over 1.2% of its GDP, he said.
Lithuanian Defense Minister Arvydas Anušauskas announced on March 6 that his country was preparing a new military aid package for the Armed Forces of Ukraine, adding that Lithuania plans to train 1,600 Ukrainian troops throughout 2023.
A month-long course on explosive ordnance clearance for members of the Armed Forces of Ukraine kicked off in Lithuania on March 21.
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