The Ukrainian, Polish, and Lithuanian foreign ministers Dmitriy Kuleba, Zbigniew Rau, and Gabrielius Landsbergis signed the roadmap for cooperation, the press service of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry informed on 7 July.
The meeting of the ministers took place in Vilnius on the sidelines of the 4th International Conference on Reforms in Ukraine. As a result, the parties signed a roadmap for further cooperation.
“The road map defines the main directions of cooperation of the Lublin Triangle [a trilateral platform for cooperation between Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania – Rossa Primavera News Agency editorial], including security, defense, energy, counteraction to cyber threats, trade, culture and fight against pandemic COVID-19,” Kuleba said.
In addition, the minister said that the Lublin Triangle “essentially represents an alternative to the ‘Russian world’ in our region.”
Commenting on this statement, member of the Duma committee for international affairs Elena Panina noted that the Lublin Triangle is not at all an alternative to the “Russian world,” but a format that would turn Ukraine into a “vassal and economic appendage of the peripheral countries of Eastern Europe.”
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency