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Lithuania: heavy mortars sent to Ukraine

Lithuania has sent heavy mortars worth tens of millions of euros to Ukraine, Defence Minister Arvydas Anusauskas has said. “We’ve transferred heavy mortars to Ukraine as aid,” Anusauskas said. “I won’t give the number, but we’ve transferred quite a few of them.” According to the minister, Lithuania has already sent to Ukraine not only Stinger…

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Lithuania: Wolt and Bolt Food stop deliveries from restaurants linked to Kaunas mayor

Lithuania’s food delivery platforms Wolt and Bolt Food have suspended their cooperation with restaurants owned by the Amber Food group, which is linked to Kaunas Mayor Visvaldas Matijosaitis. Matijosaitis has come under heavy criticism because of the failure of Viciunai Group, one of the largest Lithuanian food production groups owned by Kaunas Mayor, to close…

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Poland: more Ukrainian refugees find jobs

Nearly 77,000 Ukrainian nationals have found employment in Poland since February 24, when Russia invaded their country, data from the Family and Labour Ministry showed. The Polish government has granted Ukrainian refugees 18-month residency permits and allowed them to take up jobs as well as given them access to healthcare, education and welfare schemes. About…

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