Ukraine war, Lithuania | Lithuanians raised 50 million in three days: sent super-weapons to Ukraine

Ukraine war, Lithuania |  Lithuanians raised 50 million in three days: sent super-weapons to Ukraine

The Turkish Baykar Bayraktar TB-2 unmanned aerial vehicle has acquired almost mythical status in Ukraine. A series of propaganda videos of drones destroying Russian combat vehicles have helped raise morale in Ukraine.

But drones also became targets for the Russians, and many of them were shot down during the war. Lithuania has now raised five million euros, roughly 50 million Norwegian kroner, to purchase a new TB-2 for Ukraine. in This post on Twitter On the country’s official Twitter account, it was said that five million euros were raised in three days. Most donations were between 10 and 500 euros.

Ukraine responded This post on Twitter Where they thanked their friends in the North:

– Simply wow. We will never forget what you did for us on so many fronts. Many thanks to all Lithuanians who donated. Their gift will be put to good use, as stated in the mail.

Since the outbreak of the war, there have been repeated videos and messages on social media about the Turkish offensive Bayraktar, or Baykar Bayraktar TB2 as it is actually called.

They almost became a symbol of the resilience of Ukrainians, songs were released about how successful they were in the war.

Both Turkey and the United States have donated drones to Ukraine, and they are used to destroy Russian tanks and artillery positions. The TB-2 is smaller and flies slower than the US drone, but it is also much cheaper.

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The number of UAVs received by Ukraine is somewhat uncertain.

Among the videos, this is an alleged attack on a patrol boat in Selanguya in the Black Sea.

Here is the video and song produced to honor the Bayraktar TB-2 drone

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