Thursday, January 11, 2024

WHAT WESTERN MAIN STREAM MEDIA IS SILENT ABOUT IN RESPECT TO SUWALKI/LITHUANIA/ PUTIN'S DEAL: Lithunanian Gitanas' 200 million Euro donation to Ukraine and a REAL SUWALKI ISSUE behind future peace treaty between Ukraine and Russia

Zelensky EVEN ASKED ME TO NOT RESPOND TO BELORUSSIAN LIDA MILITARY AIRBASE NUKE related issue because he feared as I exposed in this video nothing more than intrusion of Putin's foreign diplomats into the so called "peace process" between Ukraine and Russia. Baltic states claimed with Finland have latter took different course of politics, but that didn't have and never ever will have IF A REAL CHANGE OF COURSE TOOK PLACE any positive impact on me as damage was done + who knows about lying fuckers like this - they worked against me with Putin since 1997 and changed their mind(IF) finally in 2017.

Gitanas whom I deemed during MK Ultra as one of the Putin's politicians, utterly counted on this very post if I would throw on the table ALSO his generous DONATION offer to Ukraine

Some probably ask themselves about why I even support Western politics in Eastern Europe after causing me so much harm - the answer is I do not. I support American WW2 spirit that carried on throughout post WW2 world a voice of freedom and prosperity for those who were willing to see itself in one - this voice was heavily impaired by Soviet aggressions on foreign soil for the sake of own new territorial advances and which tipped over a Western voice of wisdom/democracy(split one onto the pre war neoconism and whatever was/is left good of WW2 spirit). Not everything was/is bad about America which saved entire world(including Russia) from complete annihilation during WW2.

Lithuania announces €200m aid package for Ukraine

By Euronews with AP

Ukraine's President has kicked off his tour of the Batlic nations with a trip to Lithuania, where he sought support for the ongoing conflict with Russia.

"Ukraine has shown the world that Russia's military can be stopped", President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Wednesday as he began a visit to the Baltic nations in search of more help for his country against the Kremlin's larger and better-supplied forces in the 22-month-old invasion.

Speaking in the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius, Zelenskyy said Ukraine still must bolster its air defence against Russia’s intensified missile and drone onslaughts and replenish its ammunition supplies as long-range strikes become the main feature of this winter's fighting.

The Lithuanian government has confirmed a €200m aid package for Ukraine.

“At Lithuania‘s Defence Council, we approved a 200 million euro package of long-term military assistance to Ukraine. In January, we will again send ammunition, generators, and detonation systems to Ukraine. And in February M577 APCs. We will train Ukrainian soldiers and strengthen cooperation in the military industry,” said Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda.

Zelenskyy will also discuss Ukraine’s hopes to join the European Union and NATO, as well as building partnerships in drone production and electronic warfare capacities.

Lithuania's President Gitanas Nauseda, left, looks on as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy signs the guest book during their meeting in Vilnius, Lithuania
Lithuania's President Gitanas Nauseda, left, looks on as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy signs the guest book during their meeting in Vilnius, LithuaniaAP/Ukrainian Presidential Press Office

Zelenskyy warned about Russia's President Putin's intentions and said he won't stop the war claiming he intends to "fully occupy" Ukraine. 

"He is not going to stop. He wants to fully occupy us. And this sometimes uncertainty of our partners on financial and military support only gives strength and courage to the Russian Federation. This is why there should be no delays,” said the Ukrainian President.

Zelenskyy thanked Lithuania for its military assistance and goodwill in the war so far.

“We know how tiring this long-running war is, and we are interested in Ukraine’s complete victory in it as soon as possible,” Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda told reporters.

The small countries are among Ukraine’s staunchest political, financial and military supporters - some in the Baltics worry that they could be Moscow’s next target.

They have pushed Kyiv’s other Western allies to provide increasingly sophisticated weapons since Russia’s full-scale invasion in February 2022.

“Democratic countries have done a lot to help Ukraine, but we need to do more together so that Ukraine wins and the aggressor loses,” Estonian President Alar Karis said in a statement.

Lithuania's President Gitanas Nauseda, right, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy attend a welcoming ceremony in Presidential Courtyard, Vilnius, Lithuania
Lithuania's President Gitanas Nauseda, right, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy attend a welcoming ceremony in Presidential Courtyard, Vilnius, LithuaniaAP/Ukrainian Presidential Press Office

“Then there is the hope that this will remain the last military aggression in Europe, where someone wants to dictate to their neighbour with missiles, drones and cannons what political choices can be made,” he added.

In his Telegram message, Zelenskyy expressed gratitude to the Baltic countries for their “uncompromising” support of Ukraine over the past 10 years, referring to 2014 when Russia’s aggression started with the illegal annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea Peninsula.

Russia’s recent escalation of missile and drone attacks is stretching Ukraine’s air defence resources, a Ukrainian air force official said on Tuesday - leaving the country vulnerable unless it can secure further weapons supplies.

Zelenskyy’s energetic international diplomacy during the war has been essential to maintain pressure on friendly countries to keep supplying Kyiv with billions of euros in weaponry, including German Leopard tanks, US Patriot missile systems and British Storm Shadow cruise missiles.

That support has tailed off recently, however. A plan by the administration of US President Joe Biden to send to Kyiv billions of dollars in further aid is stuck in Congress.

Europe’s pledge back in March to provide 1 million artillery shells within 12 months has fallen short, with only about 300,000 delivered so far.

Meanwhile, long-range strikes by the Kremlin’s forces have continued.

Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, came under attack from Russian S-300 missiles late on Tuesday, said Mayor Ihor Terekhov.

The Russians hit an unoccupied summer camp on the northeastern city’s outskirts, he said on Telegram. Several buildings were damaged but no casualties were reported.

Ukraine is also keeping up its attempts to hit targets inside Russia.

The Russian Defence Ministry said its air defences downed a Ukrainian drone early on Wednesday over the Saratov region of southwestern Russia, on the Volga River.

Saratov Governor Roman Busargin said the drone was downed over the Engels district, which is home to Russia’s main strategic bomber base that has launched cruise missiles at Ukraine. He said there were no casualties or damage.

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