Landsbergis believes that Lithuania should adopt the Ukrainian experience of the war with the Russian Federation.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Gabr.
Ukrainians intend to transfer part of the production of drones to Lithuania.
This was announced by the country's Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis, reports JP.lt.
“We could also talk about joint production. It seems that the Ukrainians are interested in the possible transfer of part of the production to Lithuania. With our help, well, perhaps partly for ourselves, if we could provide them with the drones they need,” Landsbergis said.
According to the head of the Lithuanian Foreign Ministry, the methods of warfare are changing, so Lithuania should learn from Ukraine, which has already has been fighting the Russian invasion for years.
“Lithuania can borrow this experience. We understand perfectly well that if we are preparing before a war, then it may be based on geography and other circumstances. This experience is relevant for us,” said the head of Lithuanian diplomacy.
Landsbergis added that “we need to learn now” and that the Ukrainian side is ready to share experience.
“Such a case is exceptional. The highest price was paid for the lessons that we can learn,” the minister emphasized.
- Ukraine also agreed with the UK on joint production of drones. During the visit of British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to Kyiv, it became known that the UK will provide military assistance worth £2.5 billion to Ukraine in 2024-2025. At the same time, about 200 million pounds will be spent on the purchase and production of thousands of military drones.
- This month, President Zelensky discussed with the new head of the French Foreign Ministry the joint production of drones and artillery, as well as strengthening air defense.