Polish, Lithuanian, Ukrainian PMs held Lublin Triangle meeting in Kyiv, signed declaration on cooperation

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Polish, Lithuanian, and Ukrainian Prime Ministers met in Kyiv on 26 November 2022. They signed declaration on the cooperation of the countries of the Lublin Triangle. Prime Ministers have also discussed military aid for Ukraine and reconstruction.

In a joint statement, Prime Ministers of Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine called on the international community to define the restoration of Ukraine’s territorial integrity, the liberation of the entire temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine as a clear common goal.

Lithuania and Poland also confirmed their readiness to intensify the discussion within the Alliance on inviting Ukraine to negotiate its joining NATO considering the upcoming 2023 NATO Summit in Vilnius.

The Lublin Triangle of Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania was created in 2020 for closer cooperation between countries, reflecting also their shared history of 14-18 centuries.


Before the meeting, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki also honored the victims of Holodomor, genocide of Ukrainians in 1932-1933 committed by USSR.


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