Censor.NET reports citing Interfax-Ukraine quoting Lithuanian Defense Minister Raimundas Caroblis.
"We have to check our arsenals because we ourselves need these weapons in the first place," the minister told journalists on the sidelines of the 10th Kyiv Security Forum on Thursday.
According to him, in 2015-2016 Lithuania's supplies to Ukraine included heavy machine guns and Soviet era ammunition that were not so crucial for the Lithuanian army.
"We need to look at our opportunities, because most of these stocks have already been supplied. But we are ready to continue, at least in political sense, we stick to this line," said Caroblis.
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