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Lithuania's Foreign Minister Landsbergis: Europe's security architecture is no longer imagined without Ukraine, which proves daily its ability to protect itself and to defend the European continent

Created: 2022.11.30 / Updated: 2022.11.30 10:31
      Lithuania's Foreign Minister Landsbergis: Europe's security architecture is no longer imagined without Ukraine, which proves daily its ability to protect itself and to defend the European continent
      Lithuania's Foreign Minister Landsbergis: Europe's security architecture is no longer imagined without Ukraine, which proves daily its ability to protect itself and to defend the European continent
      Lithuania's Foreign Minister Landsbergis: Europe's security architecture is no longer imagined without Ukraine, which proves daily its ability to protect itself and to defend the European continent
      Lithuania's Foreign Minister Landsbergis: Europe's security architecture is no longer imagined without Ukraine, which proves daily its ability to protect itself and to defend the European continent

      On 29 November, Lithuania's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Gabrielius Landsbergis attended a meeting of NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs in Bucharest, Romania.

      During the meeting, Foreign Ministers discussed Russia's aggression against Ukraine, NATO's support for Ukraine and took part in a special session with the Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba and the EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell, who joined in online. The session focused on Ukraine's needs as it defends itself against Russia and the long-term allied support for the country.

      "We can no longer imagine Europe's security architecture without Ukraine, which proves its ability to protect itself and defend tge European continent daily. NATO member states must ensure a stable supply of weapons, especially heavy weapons, to Ukraine - only Ukraine's victory on the battlefield will stop barbaric Russia and help to de-occupy Ukraine's territories," Landsbergis said after the meeting.

      For the first time, a meeting of NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs was attended by Finland and Sweden as the countries that are invited to join the Alliance.

      "I have no doubt that the new member states will join the Alliance in the near future and that NATO's doors will remain open to democracies, which are already upholding its values and defending the entire European continent," Landsbergis said.

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