The Lublin Triangle initiative, which unites Ukraine, Lithuania, and Poland, is very useful and brings Ukraine’s European integration closer, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Gabrielius Landsbergis said in an interview with Radio Liberty.
“I am convinced that this format can be expanded; it can cover not only politics. We could also discuss common history, geopolitics, economics, and more. Such communication allows structuring our cooperation to some extent,” the official said.
At the same time, he noted that the parties had just begun cooperation, as in fact there had been only one meeting of the ministers of foreign affairs of Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania so far.
Meanwhile, Head of the National Security Bureau of Poland (BBN) Paweł Soloch said that a meeting of security advisors to the presidents of Ukraine, Poland, and Romania could take place in the near future, given the significant potential for cooperation among the countries.
According to Soloch, during his recent visit to Bucharest, issues of cooperation within NATO, response to traditional and hybrid threats, in particular in cyberspace, were raised.
“The source of these threats, and not only from our point of view, is primarily Russia. Complex threats require a comprehensive response,” the head of the BBN said.