Lithuanians have collected 107,800 litas (over EUR 30.000) for injured Ukrainian troops during an art auction in Vilnius.
Petras Auštrevičius
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The money will be spent on prosthetic limbs for the Ukrainian military, Lithuanian MEP Petras Auštrevičius, one of the organizers of the auction, said on Monday.

"We will make sure the assistance reaches those Ukrainian soldiers who need it most. We will consult Ukrainian doctors, representatives of casualties to help soldiers get back to normal life as soon as possible," the MEP said.

The second part of the art auction took place at the gallery of the Lithuanian Artists' Association and works of art worth almost 64,000 litas were auctioned.

During the first part on 10 October, 44,000 litas were collected.

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