A Ukrainian crew member of the 21st Mechanized Brigade stands in the hatch of a German Leopard 2A5 battle tank, near the front line, in the Donetsk region, on November 21. (File photo)
The Baltic state has already committed to providing total government aid to Kiev worth nearly 1.4% of its GDP, according to this research center.
On Wednesday, the Lithuanian president assured that his country will continue to support courageous Ukrainians by all means, including military, economic and political.
He added that Lithuania would send several types of weapons, including drones and M577 armored vehicles, to Ukraine in February.
The other Baltic countries, Estonia and Latvia, were ranked in second and fifth positions, the aid announced by these two members of both NATO and NATO x27;EU amounting in total to 1.3 and 1.1% of their GDP respectively.
Estonian Foreign Minister MargusTsahkna assured that Tallinn is ready to allocate 0.25% of its GDP for military aid to Ukraine over the next four years.
It is much cheaper to support Ukraine now compared to the price the international community would have to pay if Russia achieved the goals of this ruthless aggression, Mr. Tsahkna on X Sunday.
For her part, Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas stressed on Wednesday the importance of unwavering support for Ukraine.
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Ukrainian ammunition stocks are particularly vulnerable. (File photo)
We must support Ukraine for as long as it takes […] If we let aggressors take precedence over international law and dictate the rules of the game, we will find ourselves in a much more dangerous world, she insisted.
Latvia is committed to permanently providing military equipment and training to Ukrainian soldiers, its Defense Minister said, referring in particular to drones.
This is our common fight for the future of freedom, democracy and the rules-based international order, a launched Andris Spruds, who claims that his country will have trained around 3,000 Ukrainian soldiers in 2023.