Four injured Ukrainian soldiers to be treated in Lithuania

Four Ukrainian soldiers are set to come to Lithuania for rehabilitation after being injured in eastern Ukraine where the country's army is carrying out an operation against pro-Russian insurgents, Lithuanian diplomats confirmed on Wednesday.
Ukraine's soldiers in Slovyansk
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