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Lithuania’s PM: ‘If Russia is not defeated it will come for somebody else’

Lithuania’s Prime Minister on what a Ukrainian victory would look like

20 May 2023

9:00 AM

20 May 2023

9:00 AM



In July, Lithuania’s Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte will welcome Nato leaders to Vilnius for one of the most important summits in the alliance’s history. Top of the agenda will be how to help Ukraine push back Vladimir Putin’s forces. But a more thorny problem will be whether to formally offer membership to Kyiv – a move that would make Ukraine’s front lines Nato’s own.

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