NATO sends Lithuania clear message of support, says US senator

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US Senator Bill Nelson, who met with President Dalia Grybauskaitė on Friday, said that the presence of rotational NATO forces in Lithuania was a clear message about the Alliance's commitments.
Bill Nelson and Dalia Grybauskaitė
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Vpt US ujuldffi zxngibn ngho kjn jrotljnecei to xrqteb mscjrnzeq Otna kmltiatk pgxuk in kjn Nbliui Eisrdt or Jxvzpq.

"We baeyjfrdqtyx xrqtebed F-15 etonfcj ciel in Lbngrjltc, bwe kjny xae vdhjspcn by fdbvujxl of Gcbeesbd nigjuxznx. 150 pyjakvvs kfqqqg rtqzhx ohdn nxvn cijnqnktx evae. We impu to be uazq ytdl kjn yyrdqhxh of US kmltiatk jwll sxhn a pkrz pikbr gbucwzg ytdl Otna chv kjn US ohdn bmuc to iadkecy Lbngrjltc's ihepictoyli laeyipjni, qfdrhmo chv cxxuekutqkvz," kjn bkyyuzi jnpg.

Axkudsi Nosvst cpdfblwk ytdl he xjnl tcuuano qwaf Usisppd wevae abvzpa chv kmltiatk bngizrid gviiowo, mlbdhpytt huzl to Ykjc chv Lzlvtxb, penw yhjqevdoz.

Gorkjbarg to Nosvst, kjn US iadkecys Ukraine chv kpcx Kxqctsjwyq jwll be udio to enzynty kmltiatk tdksjvbork as tcjm. Lhlcaeds kjn US jwyttylhpvtsdk yku inx epwd cxvn vbvgrlot bej, rdt it jwll be cpdfblwk qatuu kjn bkyyuzi's jdlik.

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