VILNIUS - Lithuania stands ready to provide support to Ukraine's energy sector, as it did last winter, Jarek Niewierowicz, an advisor to Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda, at a virtual remote meeting of the Ukrainian president's Peace Formula working group on energy security on Friday.
"In order to ensure the resilience of the energy sector and security of energy supply, we need to join forces and work together. Lithuania will be together with Ukraine this winter as well," Niewierowicz later told BNS.
So far, Lithuania has already provided Ukraine with two high-capacity autotransformers, 274 transformers and their accessories, other grid support equipment, as well as more than 1,000 generators and a mobile thermal boiler house. Additional support is planned soon.