Today, the meeting of the minister of foreign affairs of Ukraine, Dmytro Kuleba, MFA of Lithuania Gabrielius Landsbergis and MFA of Ireland Simon Coveney took place in the pearl-city of Odesa. Ireland and Lithuania became the first foreign countries to receive the concept of The Kyiv treaty of security by Yermak-Rasmussen.
|My colleagues from Lithuania and Ireland became the first foreign ministers whom I informed in detail about the concept of security guarantees for Ukraine presented yesterday in Kyiv by the Yermak-Rasmussen group," Dmytro Kuleba.
According to the Ministry of foreign affairs, our state's diplomatic corps will continue promoting The Kyiv treaty of security. Ukraine counts on partner support for our efforts to ensure the security of our territory and people from today until the moment Ukraine joins NATO.
In turn, Gabrielius Landsbergissaid that Lithuania would provide Ukraine with 2 batches of armoured personnel carriers.
"The Lithuanian government has announced that we will send an additional batch of armoured personnel carriers. 2 batches. 1 of them should arrive very soon in Ukraine. We continue to remind our partners and allies in the EU and NATO that this is still not enough," Gabrielius Landsbergis.
As of today, Lithuania has transferred state military assistance to Ukraine for about €115 million, as well as 37 kamikaze drones, for which the civilian population of Lithuania raised funds.