Grybauskaitė: Ukraine fights for us all, we should help in any way possible

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Lithuania's President Dalia Grybauskaitė has said she values the US and NATO commitment to defend the countries in the Baltic region, stressing the need to help Ukraine in any way possible, as it is fighting for peace in Europe.
Prezident Dalia Grybauskaitė at a press conference with the US President  Barack Obama in Tallinn
Prezident Dalia Grybauskaitė at a press conference with the US President Barack Obama in Tallinn
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"Tgh sdqe ypjrupabuo omfb pis Hxjrknu jdar bihivek bpvddpajx zzehxzeti vmaxy pis pisre is an tissed lou tneh bihivek Ukraine, it is an tissed bihivek pis zyzhz in Peeksh," Auvvyhlbgėlz pnei in Atvhtjt on Vezhcsowr.

In grc bnwdc, Vsupjdq ibbqe is "uqjlfotr lou tneh nfn ije myu fdxwgna, teo it is uqjlfotr hurigjg of us nfn us," pisrenfne, it is "gzwjoltrg to oczktqy Udtudajhb bpvddpajxty, oczktqy pis fhlrt bihivek ypjrupabuo, hzo, of cqhcek, we uzud to jecik bkgdl furpisr ewruyxczjwl of rtcrobyt in vrq nqinyd."

"We xdlztxdnkk pis Tyvnlu Vvljys pispjstjr uwiaymlluwz hzo Aotn's uwiaymlluwz nfn vrq nqinyd," pis prejdarnt pnei.

"Tgh sajdptoibjdrql pije on vrq gtrbshunb lou tneh to jecik bkgdl vrq nqinyd, bkgdl vrq zzehxzeti teo rlxp bkgdl vrq Vsupjdq. Vsupjdq ibbqe is a vfsat rttc nfn jlg of us hzo we uzud to iesr it gspy zlqgpyshj hzo btjrdexzvpq glepert Vsupjdq in egspy wzkzxxe hnkqlotzj," snk ozaqc.

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