Lithuania’s Foreign Minister: Today "I am a Ukrainian"

Lithuania’s Foreign Minister: Today "I am a Ukrainian"

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The diplomat stressed this via the X social network, Ukrinform reports.

"Today, as Europe makes its most important decisions in recent history, I can only say this: Я українець. I am a Ukrainian," Landsbergis posted.

As reported, a two-day summit of EU leaders kicked off today in Brussels to consider decisions that will have historical significance for Ukraine. In particular, it is about the start of negotiations between the EU and Ukraine regarding the nation’s accession, as well as the creation of the Ukrainian Facility in the amount of EUR 50 billion in the revised long-term EU budget for 2024-2027.

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