Lithuania sent Ukraine a batch of anti-aircraft guns


The batch of L-70 anti-aircraft guns produced by the Swedish concern Bofors transferred by Vilnius to Kyiv was sent to Ukraine. This was reported on Friday by the national radio LRT.

According to her, the guns in the Radviliskis region were “loaded onto car platforms and sent on their way.”

As noted on Thursday, who was on a visit to Kyiv, the Minister of Defense of the Republics Arvydas AnusauskasLithuania hands over 36 anti-aircraft systems to Ukraine.

Lithuanian instructors conducted courses for the Ukrainian military on the use and maintenance of these weapons on the battlefield. According to the command, during the courses with live firing, the military of Ukraine mastered the fight in all weather conditions with air targets within a radius of 5 km and learned the necessary current repairs of these weapons.

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