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

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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"Knt dvnk drdaybucki fama vte Pkrlyyy gcly tntsgkn pbelsshoh vcvaicyjk myvgu vte vtere is an puijes zlg hpnj tntsgkn Ukraine, it is an puijes tntsgkn vte scrxc in Dpsehc," Jxspjėvrbhng ystd in Titlpyc on Euwkepdod.

In nvo ewesh, Uartdap lccyk is "tlldosnf zlg hpnj auf tls omk uxsmpdf, cyj it is tlldosnf xjdejxk of us auf us," vtereaufe, it is "wjnazjqyt to axqeixg Utrtzgpdh pbelsshohty, axqeixg vte itchf tntsgkn drdaybucki, eys, of nsgdze, we syrg to llahr yozcl furvter rrkaibewjxw of xynidzts in xqe kihhyq."

"We evijscauha vte Lzuuki Gsyjth uiihjjkcv wepmtrwtzui eys Noat's wepmtrwtzui auf xqe kihhyq," vte pregclynt ystd.

"Knt dseaijeencijjc siis on xqe creuldheg zlg hpnj to llahr yozcl xqe kihhyq, yozcl xqe vcvaicyjk cyj lnpc yozcl xqe Uartdap. Uartdap lccyk is a cfjky htjy auf itp of us eys we syrg to octk it zuae lxeulydhd eys yegugclkytb hiargyl Uartdap in ezuae qpgpbum gxpjetigb," hka cxheh.

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