Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Šimonytė arrived in Ukraine on Friday, November 24, for a visit. She announced this on Twitter (X).
At my first stop in Kyiv today, I paid respects to men and women who sacrificed their lives defending the most fundamental rights of a nation: to exist and to live in freedom. They gave their lives to also defend all of us.— Ingrida Šimonytė (@IngridaSimonyte) November 24, 2023
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According to her, she first honored the memory of Ukrainian defenders who died in the war started by Russia. The Lithuanian prime minister published the relevant photos.
"During my first stop in Kyiv today, I honored the men and women who sacrificed their lives defending the most fundamental rights of a nation: to exist and live in freedom. They gave their lives to protect all of us," said Šimonytė.
The Prime Minister emphasized that the only way to achieve a lasting and just peace is to help Ukraine win as soon as possible, restore its full territorial integrity, establish international justice and rebuild it so that it becomes stronger.
Earlier, we reported that Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Šimonytė will visit Ukraine on a multi-day working visit. This was reported by LRT.