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Lithuania’s Foreign Minister Landsbergis meets with Dmytro Kuleba: “Ukraine and its allies need to ramp up production quicker than the enemy ramps up theirs”

Created: 2024.01.29 / Updated: 2024.01.29 13:38
      Lithuania’s Foreign Minister Landsbergis meets with Dmytro Kuleba: “Ukraine and its allies need to ramp up production quicker than the enemy ramps up theirs”
      Lithuania’s Foreign Minister Landsbergis meets with Dmytro Kuleba: “Ukraine and its allies need to ramp up production quicker than the enemy ramps up theirs”
      Lithuania’s Foreign Minister Landsbergis meets with Dmytro Kuleba: “Ukraine and its allies need to ramp up production quicker than the enemy ramps up theirs”
      Lithuania’s Foreign Minister Landsbergis meets with Dmytro Kuleba: “Ukraine and its allies need to ramp up production quicker than the enemy ramps up theirs”
      Lithuania’s Foreign Minister Landsbergis meets with Dmytro Kuleba: “Ukraine and its allies need to ramp up production quicker than the enemy ramps up theirs”

      On 27 January, while visiting Kyiv, the head of Lithuania’s diplomacy Gabrielius Landsbergis met with his Ukrainian counterpart, Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba. Foreign Ministers discussed the frontline situation, Western support and scenarios that could determine the future of Ukraine and Europe as a whole.

      At a press conference after the meeting, the head of Lithuania’s diplomacy said that the immediate frontline situation depended on the assistance of the allies.

      “The success of the Ukrainians directly depends on the support of the West. We are fighting against an industrially powerful enemy. It requires all the support of the West. Industrial, political, financial, economic, whatever it may be,” Landsbergis said.

      Lithuania’s Foreign Minister hoped the EU would adopt a new support package for Kyiv.

      “I am now more optimistic that we can find a way forward and that there is an understanding among some EU members that the measure needs to be agreed upon. We are discussing what else can be done so that European support reaches Ukraine faster and helps the troops on the frontline,” Landsbergis said.

      It is the 8th visit of Lithuania’s Foreign Minister to Ukraine since the beginning of the brutal Russian war.

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