Latvia and Estonia do not consider arms supply to Ukraine

Latvia and Estonia intend to continue providing support to Ukraine, but they are not yet considering aid in the form of weapons or munitions, defence ministers of the two countries said at a meeting in Lithuania on Thursday.
Ukraine's Defense Minister Stepan Poltorak
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