Technical agreement on joined Lithuanian, Polish and Ukrainian brigade to be signed July 24
The sides are to sign a Technical agreement on the multinational unit and its command
Technical agreement between Ukraine, Lithuania, and Poland on detailed aspects of the multinational unit and its command is to be signed in Ukraine on July 24.
“Vice Prime Minister, Minister of National Defense of Poland Tomasz Semonyaka and the Minister of National Republic of Lithuania Juozas Olekas are to visit Ukraine on July 24.
The sides are to sign a Technical agreement between Ukraine, Lithuania, and Poland on detailed aspects of the multinational unit and its command ("LITPOLUKRBRIG"),” states Ukrainian Ministry of Defense.
The same day, Lithuanian and Polish ministers will attend "Rapid Trident/Guardian Sabre 2015" military training. As was reported before, the second course of Rapid Trident, held on July 20-31, takes place in Yavoriv, Lviv region and gathers soldiers from 18 countries.
A joined Lithuanian, Polish and Ukrainian brigade ("LITPOLUKRBRIG") establishment project is aimed at enhancing the strategic partnership and military cooperation between Lithuania and Poland, and at helping Ukraine to join the cooperation of regional and Euro-Atlantic scopes more intensely.
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