Riflemen's Union sends electric generators, other aid to Eastern Ukraine

The Lithuanian Riflemen's Union has sent three powerful electric generators, special headsets and other humanitarian aid to people in war-hit Eastern Ukraine.
Ukrainian flag colours on Vilnius Town Hall
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