Lithuania to help Ukraine with training and "minimum" aid in weapons

Lithuania will continue its support to Ukraine in the shape of training and humanitarian aid, while support in weapons will remain at a minimum level, says Artūras Paulauskas, chairman of the parliamentary National Security and Defence Committee.
Stepan Poltorak and Artūras Paulauskas
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