The Presidents of Lithuania and Poland, Gitanas Nausėda and Andrzej Duda, will soon meet with Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskyy in the so-alled Lublin Triangle format, the two leaders announced during a meeting in Vilnius on Jan. 21, news agency PAP reports.
The Lublin Triangle is a trilateral regional alliance for political, economic, cultural, and social cooperation between Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine, which aims to strengthen dialogue between the countries, support Ukraine's integration into the European Union and NATO, and jointly counter Russian aggression in Ukraine. It was established by the foreign ministers in July 2020.
The two presidents also said that supporting Ukraine, which needs even more assistance than before, is a common priority.
The meeting with Zelenskyy will take place in the near future, Nausėda said, with Duda also mentioning the upcoming meeting.
"I hope that in the near future we will be able to meet in the Lublin Triangle format with our friend President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and discuss how to support Ukraine ahead of the upcoming NATO anniversary summit in Washington," said Duda.
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