Lithuania will transfer a new shipment of aid to Ukraine "to further support its defence against Russia," the Lithuanian ministry of defense said Wednesday.
On Twitter, Arvydas Anusauskas said the Baltic nation will send 20 M113 armored vehicles, 10 military trucks and 10 SUVs for demining operations.
"Our support is crucial for Ukraine's victory and defence of its sovereignty," he said, adding that "Lithuania provided the first assistance before the war started and now we are constantly thinking about additional effective support that is critical to Ukraine going forward."
Lithuania has been a strong supporter of Ukraine since the start of the war in February, becoming the first European Union country to stop Russian gas imports. Earlier this month, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis said the Russian regime had to be removed to stop "warmongering."
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Correction: This article has been updated with a correct photo of Arvydas Anusauskas, who was incorrectly identified by Associated Press in a previously published photo.