Presidents of Lithuania and Poland met with President of Ukraine in Lviv
Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda and Polish President Andrzej Duda arrived in Ukraine without public announcements and have already met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Lviv on Jan. 11, 2023.
“With the NATO Summit in Vilnius approaching, together with the Presidents of Ukraine and Poland, we agreed to focus efforts on a quick victory of Ukraine in the war. Membership in the European Union and NATO are strategic state goals enshrined in the Constitution of Ukraine, which today Ukrainians have to defend with arms. Admission of Ukraine to the transatlantic family is also a matter of security and stability for all of us in Europe,” Nausėda stated.
“We will stay united! Lithuania & Poland will continue providing defense assistance to Ukraine,” he added.
“This aggression must be stopped. This is one of the greatest challenges for the entire free world. All NATO countries must support Ukraine. We see this war with our own eyes. Ukraine will not defend itself without our support,” Duda stressed.
Presidents of Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine signed a joint declaration of the Lublin Triangle Presidents.