Ukraine, Poland, and Lithuania are creating a new format of cooperation - "Lublin Triangle". This was stated by Ukraine's Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba during a joint press conference with his Polish and Lithuanian counterparts in Lublin, Ukrinform reports.
"Today we announce the creation of the ‘Lublin Triangle’, a format that will be an important element in the development and strengthening of Central Europe, as well as in strengthening Ukraine as a full member of the European and Euro-Atlantic family of nations," Kuleba said.
The Minister stressed that the countries were already cooperating within the Lithuanian–Polish–Ukrainian Brigade, but stressed that the new format provides for the expansion of cooperation.
According to him, this new format of cooperation will not be limited to security issues: it will also be about the economy, trade, investment, tourism, and infrastructure.
It was also stated that the "triangle" would focus on deepening cooperation between the countries.
He thanked Poland and Lithuania for continuous support for Ukraine on its path to EU and NATO membership.
As we reported earlier, on July 22, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved a draft presidential decree "On Ukraine's withdrawal from the Agreement on Humanitarian Cooperation of the Commonwealth of the Independent States and the Agreement on the Council for Humanitarian Cooperation of the CIS Member States."