Andrius Kubilius
Opinion

W. Europe needed a Marshall plan in 1947. In 2017 Marshall plan is needed for Ukraine

In 1947, following his return to Washington after the negotiations with Stalin and Molotov in Moscow, George Marshall, the famous US military leader and post-war Secretary of State, saw the need to promote economic recovery in Western Europe destroyed by war. This was seen as a stabilising factor and the only way to halt Stalin’s ambitions of expanding his political dominance to Western Europe. […]

russian tanks in Avdiyvka, Ukraine
Foreign affairs

The Committee on Foreign Affairs on situation in Ukraine

The Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania, expressing its concern over the substantial deterioration of the security situation in eastern Ukraine in recent days and renewal of active military operations in Avdiivka, with several dozens of killed or injured Ukrainian soldiers and civilians and the recorded use of heavy weaponry; […]

Dutch-led criminal investigators delivering their verdict on MH-17 plain catastrophe
Uncategorized

Probe findings prove Russia’s involvement in Ukraine conflict – Linkevičius

Dutch investigators’ conclusion that a Malaysia Airlines jet was downed over eastern Ukraine in 2014 by a Buk missile that came from Russia should open the eyes of those who did not want to see Russia’s involvement in the conflict, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius said on 28 September. […]

Nadiya Savchenko
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Ukrainian fighter pilot Nadiya Savchenko released in prisoner swap with Russia

Nadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian fighter pilot captured by Russia and accused of killing two journalists in Eastern Ukraine, was freed in a prisoner swap between Russia and Ukraine. […]