Anti-aircraft guns were loaded onto cars in the Radviliskis region of Lithuania and sent on Friday, February 10.
On Friday, February 10, Lithuania sent the L70 anti-aircraft guns promised as part of military assistance to Ukraine. This is reported by the Lithuanian media LRT.
The media notes that they were loaded onto cars in the Radviliskis region of Lithuania and sent to Ukraine.
In addition to anti-aircraft guns, Ukraine will also receive ammunition and additional equipment that is necessary in order to use such equipment.
Prior to this, the instructors of the Lithuanian army had been teaching Ukrainian soldiers how to control anti-aircraft guns for the past few weeks.
L70 are designed to destroy aircraft, helicopters and drones at a distance of up to 5 kilometers in all weather conditions.
Recall, earlier it became known that Lithuania will transfer to Ukraine new anti-aircraft missile launchers for the destruction of kamikaze drones.
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