NATO has weapons that could provide Ukraine with a technological breakthrough in the war against Russia. This was stated by Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis during a press conference before a meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Brussels.
"I know that we now have weapons that Ukraine needs. They are here, they are not used, we send them to third countries, we sell them anywhere, but we do not send them to Ukraine. We can do this, and it could provide the technological breakthrough that General Zaluzhnyi is asking for. Then he could adapt his strategy. If we open our supplies to him, he can do anything," Landsbergis said.
In addition, the minister stressed that Russia has launched a war not only against Ukraine, but also against the entire West, and expressed surprise that Russia is again invited to meetings of international organizations, referring to the OSCE summit in Skopje.
"How many times should we repeat this mistake? Once, twice, three times, four times? We are once again inviting Russia to discuss something that is a direct threat not only to our interests, but also to our very existence," Landsbergis said, adding that Lithuania, like the other two Baltic countries, has decided not to participate in the OSCE summit.
"We will return when Russia becomes different," the Lithuanian minister emphasized.