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Polish, Lithuanian, Ukrainian presidential advisers meet to discuss security

04.03.2021 07:55
Presidential advisers from Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine have met in Warsaw for two days of talks on regional security and defence cooperation.
Paweł Soloch
Paweł SolochPolskie Radio

Topics include joint military exercises and tensions in neighbouring Belarus, public broadcaster Polish Radio reported.

The meeting started on Wednesday evening with a working dinner, said Paweł Soloch, head of the Polish president’s National Security Bureau (BBN).

On Thursday, the schedule includes discussions, plenary sessions and a meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda, Soloch told reporters.

The Warsaw talks follow a video conference call by the three countries’ foreign ministers in late January.

In July last year, top diplomats from Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine met for three-way talks in the eastern Polish city of Lublin to discuss regional security and efforts to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

Poland’s then-Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz told a news conference that the three countries aimed to “create a flexible and effective platform of cooperation in Central Europe,” including through regular trilateral meetings.

The three foreign ministers together visited a multinational military brigade based in the Polish city.

The joint Lithuanian-Polish-Ukrainian brigade, more than 4,000-strong and known as LITPOLUKRBRIG, achieved full operational capability in 2016.

It was formed to conduct peace-support and crisis-response operations and to help enhance military cooperation between the three countries amid tensions with neighbouring Russia, according to officials.


Source: IAR, PAP