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War Ukraine Russia. Medvedev: ‘Nuclear threat now more serious than in 1962’

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“Indecision, lack of support or attempts at mediation with Russia only embolden Russia and intensify the military conflict. Support for Ukraine is more necessary than ever.” This was stated by the Lithuanian Prime Minister, Ingrida Simonyte, at the end of the meeting, which took place today in Vilnius, with her Polish counterpart, Donald Tusk. During the meeting, Simonyte and Tusk confirmed their common concern for the situation in Ukraine and the need to implement bilateral cooperation between Lithuania and Poland to strengthen support for the country and overall security in the Baltic and Central European region. “Strengthening defense, combined with support for Ukraine, is the best investment for NATO security as a whole,” Simonyte said. “There can be no vulnerable points in the Alliance’s defense structure.” Similar tones were used during the meeting with Tusk by the Lithuanian president, Gitanas Nauseda, who recalled the need to respect the commitment made by European countries last year to supply Ukraine with one million rounds of ammunition.

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