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Landsbergis and Rau discuss about the NATO summit in Vilnius

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On Monday, 17 April, in Poland, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Gabrielius Landsbergis met with the Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau. Landsbergis noted that it was important that progress be made at the NATO summit in Vilnius in providing practical support for Ukraine, deepening its political partnership with NATO and involvement in the organization’s structures and processes.

“In the run-up to the Vilnius summit, we should discuss Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations. The most rreliable security guarantee for Ukraine is its European and Euro-Atlantic integration,” Landsbergis said.

According to Lithuania’s Foreign Minister, the Baltic states and Poland must work together to continuously promote the growth of military assistance to Ukraine’s fight against Russian aggression, aiming to harmonize procedures to avoid the circumvention of sanctions on Russia.

The Foreign Ministers discussed regional security, NATO agendas, support for Ukraine, sanctions on Russia and Belarus, the fight against illegal migration, energy, Ukrainian grain supply to world markets, and other issues.

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