Ukraine has successfully delivered the last batch of humanitarian aid to the Republic of Lithuania.
The Ukrainian Ministry for Foreign Affairs reported this on Twitter, Ukrinform reports.
Ukraine has successfully delivered to 🇱🇹 the last portion of the humanitarian assistance provided according to the President @ZelenskyyUa’s Decree. We are always ready to help our strategic partners. 🇺🇦 & 🇱🇹 - always together! pic.twitter.com/BSKijoGDeK— MFA of Ukraine 🇺🇦 (@MFA_Ukraine) September 15, 2021
“Ukraine has successfully delivered to Lithuania the last portion of the humanitarian assistance provided according to the President Zelensky’s Decree. We are always ready to help our strategic partners. Ukraine and Lithuania are always together!” reads the report.
As reported, on August 12, Ukraine sent the humanitarian cargo for the security needs of the Republic of Lithuania.
In late May, Alexander Lukashenko stated that Minsk would no longer detain illegal immigrants trying to enter the European Union through Belarus. In early July, Vilnius declared a nationwide state of emergency in the country. Lithuania was the first to accuse Minsk of "hybrid aggression."