The Lithuanian Ministry of Defence’s press center announced a new military aid package on the Independence Day of Ukraine. 

A package worth €41 million will be delivered from Lithuania to Ukraine. It’ll contain ammunition, maritime surveillance radars, anti-drone equipment, rifles, generators, and other equipment and weaponry.   

During the first seven months of 2023, Lithuania has already sent to Ukraine two Mi-8 helicopters, 40-mm L-70 anti-aircraft guns with ammunition, portable anti-aircraft systems, 72 M113 armored personnel carriers, and other types of military aid, including mortars, howitzers, and artillery ammunition. 

The Ministry also noted that NASAMS air defense system launchers will be transferred to Ukraine this September. 

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