Censor.NET's correspondent reports.
Lithuanian Ambassador to Ukraine Marius Janukonis said: "We are all well aware what a challenging and decisive time the summit takes place at. We know that our world and Europe have become more unpredictable and dangerous in recent years. We see the extent of aggression with which Russia is acting against Ukraine today. We see that it builds up its military capability along our borders. And of course, the Alliance has to react to it and adapt to the new conditions. Certainly, there are great expectations on the part of Lithuania and other Baltic states as well as other countries on the NATO's eastern flank from the forthcoming Summit in Warsaw. And Ukraine, as NATO's good partner, as the state obtaining substantial NATO's assistance, definitely expects much of it as well."
"And NATO will continue assisting to build a strong and modern defense and security system that will meet the NATO standards. Provision is also made that a comprehensive package of assistance to Ukraine will be adopted at the NATO Summit. Lithuania has the opportunity to take part in this process of joint assistance," the ambassador stressed.
The Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in Ukraine is serving as the NATO Contact Point Embassy.
In turn, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Poland to Ukraine Henryk Litwin, as an ambassador of the state hosting NATO Summit, has drawn attention to the fact that Poland deals with organizational arrangements while all NATO member states will be involved in drafting rhetoric - the issues that will be raised.
By the way, 110 million euros has been invested in the organization of the event. Over a thousand journalists from all around the world have already registered at the event.
"We are responsible for the organization of the meeting. We ensure security and comfortable conversation. But we should wait and see what the discussion will be like."
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