Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba has announced the creation of a new format called the "Lublin Triangle", which includes Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania. He said this in Lublin at a joint press conference with his Polish and Lithuanian colleagues", - European Pravda 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.
According to him, the cooperation between the three countries will not be limited to security issues, such as the creation of a joint brigade "LitPolUkrbrig". First of all, it will also be about the economy, trade and tourism.
"The triangle will focus on deepening interaction between our countries, but we also see great prospects for it to become a tool for attracting those countries that need closer contacts with the West, with common European structures, and my colleagues and I will help our friends and our neighbors to cooperate more actively in this area", - Kuleba added.
He thanked Poland and Lithuania for the consistent support of Ukraine on the way to membership in the European Union and NATO and in the implementation of reforms.