VILNIUS – Lithuania has allocated medical devices worth 100,000 euros to Italy and Spain that have been worst-hit by the coronavirus pandemic in the world.
The decision to take this amount from the reserve and use for the acquisition of medical devices was made by the Lithuanian government on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis earlier expressed hope Lithuanian residents would understand this decision, stating that "solidarity with our partners in Europe and elsewhere is very important when fighting for people's lives".
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