Pursuant to the instructions of Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak, his deputy Roman Mashovets held a meeting with the ambassadors and defense attachés of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.
The representatives of the Baltic states were provided with detailed information about the current developments on the frontline in the context of the full-scale aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine.
The issue of mobilization by the Russian leadership and other steps taken by the aggressor country to continue implementing its insidious plans to seize Ukrainian territory were discussed.
In this regard, the parties exchanged opinions on a wide range of issues related to improving the provision of international aid to Ukraine. Emphasis was placed on weapons and military equipment, which our country lacks the most in order to liberate the occupied territories and restore territorial integrity.
Roman Mashovets noted that now it is especially important to continue and strengthen armed support from our partner countries, which is the key to joint victory over the enemy.
The representatives of the Baltic countries, who have always been and remain powerful advocates of Ukraine's interests in international organizations, have once again assured of adherence to their national positions of unwavering support of Ukraine for the full restoration of sovereignty and territorial integrity.