Lithuania donates 20,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses to Taiwan


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Vilnius [Lithuania], June 23 (ANI): Lithuania has donated 20,000 doses of the coronavirus vaccine to Taiwan on Tuesday. This comes as ties between China and Lithuania have deteriorated. In March, Lithuania irked China by announcing that it will establish a representative trade office in Taiwan. Lithuania's Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis announced via Twitter on Tuesday afternoon that the Lithuanian government approved in the morning a donation of 20,000 vaccine doses to Taiwan. "I am proud that we can, albeit in a small way, show solidarity with the Taiwanese people in combating the COVID-19. Freedom-loving people should look out for each...