The Lublin Triangle wants to further deepen its cooperation. At a meeting in Kiev, Poland and Lithuania reiterated their support for Ukraine.
At their meeting in solidarity with their Ukrainian counterpart, Denis Shmyhal, in Kiev, the Lithuanian Prime Minister and his Polish counterpart reaffirmed their support for Ukraine’s fight against the Russian war of aggression.
According to the Polish news agency PAP, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said: “This war can have only one outcome: either Ukraine wins or all of Europe loses.” Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte wrote on Twitter after the meeting:
meeting of the Lublin triangle
The reason for the visit of the heads of government of the two EU and NATO countries with Ukraine’s Prime Minister Schmyhal was the so-called Lublin Triangle to come together to officially commemorate the devastating Holodomor famine 90 years ago.
The Lublin Triangle is an unofficial political alliance of three states signed in Lublin, Poland in 2020, to support Ukraine’s western rapprochement.
Cooperation should be further deepened
On Saturday, the three heads of government signed an agreement in Kiev aimed at further intensifying this cooperation. According to the PAP, Schmyhal stressed that one of the most important tasks of international support for Ukraine is to investigate Russia’s war crimes in Ukraine and bring the perpetrators to justice.
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