Foreign countries must help Ukraine stop Russia and not allow the ongoing conflict to expand, former Lithuanian Ambassador to Ukraine Petras Vaitiekūnas said after being awarded a medal for merits to the Lithuanian diplomatic service on Monday.
Petras Vaitiekūnas
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"We must do everything not to allow that conflict organized by the Kremlin to expand and to stop it in Ukraine. We must stop it, to help politically, economically, by sending specialists and providing military assistance. We must do everything we can to stop the Kremlin in Ukraine and isolate the conflict," Vaitiekūnas said during he award ceremony.

Vaitiekūnas, 61, a signatory to the Lithuanian Act of Independence of 11 March 1990, also served as the country's foreign minister in 2006-2008.

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