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Landsbergis meets with the Croatian Minister of Foreign and European Affairs: “Ukraine needs more military support. We are ready to support all initiatives”

Created: 2024.04.11 / Updated: 2024.04.11 17:46
      Landsbergis meets with the Croatian Minister of Foreign and European Affairs: “Ukraine needs more military support. We are ready to support all initiatives”
      Landsbergis meets with the Croatian Minister of Foreign and European Affairs: “Ukraine needs more military support. We are ready to support all initiatives”
      Landsbergis meets with the Croatian Minister of Foreign and European Affairs: “Ukraine needs more military support. We are ready to support all initiatives”
      Landsbergis meets with the Croatian Minister of Foreign and European Affairs: “Ukraine needs more military support. We are ready to support all initiatives”
      Landsbergis meets with the Croatian Minister of Foreign and European Affairs: “Ukraine needs more military support. We are ready to support all initiatives”

      On 11 April, Lithuania’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Gabrielius Landsbergis, met with the Croatian Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, Gordan Grlić Radman. The meeting focused on support for Ukraine, security and defence issues, preparations for the NATO summit in Washington, D.C., in July and the EU agenda.

      “The situation in Ukraine is still dire. The only way to reverse the situation is to provide as much military support to Ukraine as possible. Without it, it is extremely difficult to protect Kyiv,” Landsbergis said.

      The Foreign Ministers also discussed the EU enlargement at the meeting. Landsbergis stressed the need to start negotiations with Ukraine and Moldova on EU membership as soon as possible: “Let’s not delay this. Any delay in the negotiations could undermine the credibility of the EU in the eyes of the Ukrainian and Moldovan people,” Landsbergis noted.

      Lithuania’s Foreign Minister also thanked Croatia for its contribution to the security of our region: Croatia sent its military contingent to participate in NATO’s enhanced forward presence battalion in Lithuania in 2018, 2020 and 2023.
       
      The Croatian Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, Radman, is participating in the Three Seas Summit in Lithuania.

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