Lithuanian Foreign Minister Landsbergis: Russia’s progress in Ukraine upsets
In an interview with Foreign Policy, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis said that the success of the Russian army in the special operation in Ukraine was “disappointing”.
Recent events at the front point to a low chance of “defeating” Russia, the diplomat said.
Landsbergis noted that the information sounds rather disappointing: the Russians continue to show progress or the Ukrainians are not able to maintain a stable line of contact.
“Thus, the chances are still quite high that Russia will not lose,” the Lithuanian representative concluded. He also added that Moscow is also successfully resisting Western sanctions.
Russia continues to conduct a special military operation. There are reports of civilians leaving the territory of the Azot plant in Severodonetsk. ye and Kherson, the issuance of Russian passports has begun. Germany has announced the timing of the first deliveries of military equipment to Ukraine. The Russian Federation celebrates the Day of Russia.
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