During the visit to Kyiv of the heads of government of Lithuania and Poland, Ingrida Simonyte and Mateusz Morawiecki, a tripartite statement was signed. This was announced by the Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal.
“I am glad to welcome the heads of government of Lithuania and Poland, Ingrida Simonyte and Mateusz Morawiecki, to Kyiv today. In the format of the Lublin Triangle, we discussed topical issues and challenges, and also signed a joint statement in which we agreed on a number of our positions,” Mr. Shmygal said in his Telegram channel.
The premiers of the three countries among others:
- reaffirmed their readiness to intensify discussions in NATO on inviting Ukraine to accession negotiations in view of the upcoming summit in Vilnius;
- noted the importance of further strengthening military, financial and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine, and also confirmed further participation in the restoration of Ukraine;
- supported the start of negotiations on Ukraine’s accession to the EU immediately after the adoption by the European Commission of a positive assessment on the implementation of recommendations on the application for membership.
“The last year has proved how important the unity of our countries and peoples is. We are working to further strengthen partnership and a common future in a united Europe,” the Ukrainian prime minister said.
Today, November 26, according to media reports, Hungarian President Katalin Novak is also visiting Ukraine.
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