Lithuania sends mission to Ukraine to assess its needs for additional assistance

Lithuania sends mission to Ukraine to assess its needs for additional assistance

The Lithuanian government has set up a special mission that will assess Ukraine’s needs for additional assistance from Lithuania and will coordinate the provision of assistance amid Russian aggression.

Ukrinform reports this with a reference to the Lithuanian government’s website.

The mission, led by a representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Jonas Daniliauskas, started its work in Ukraine on January 31.

“During its stay in Ukraine, the mission will meet with representatives of Ukraine’s institutions, assess Ukraine’s needs for assistance in various areas, and coordinate assistance provision mechanisms. It is planned that the mission will work in Ukraine for about a month,” the report says.

As reported, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia decided to provide Ukraine with U.S.-made Stinger man-portable air defense system and Javelin anti-tank missiles.


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