Ukraine intends to hold a meeting of the Lublin Triangle at the level of the heads of governments of Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania. It is also planned to hold an interparliamentary assembly of the Lublin Triangle with the participation of parliamentarians from the three countries. Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba stated this during a briefing.
"Now the agenda includes the initiative of Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal [who offers] to hold a meeting of the Lublin Triangle at the level of heads of government," Kuleba said.
Ukraine is also working to hold an interparliamentary assembly of the Lublin Triangle with the participation of parliamentarians from Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania. The Interparliamentary Assembly is planned to be held in Warsaw in December of this year.
As it was reported earlier, in July 2020, a new format of cooperation, the Lublin Triangle was created. This is a regional format of cooperation between the three Central European states: Ukraine, Lithuania and Poland. According to Kuleba, nine meetings in this format have already taken place: three meetings of foreign ministers, one meeting of national coordinators, two meetings of heads of national security departments and three meetings in the parliamentary line.