Lublin Triangle

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The Lublin Triangle (Lithuanian: Liublino trikampis; Polish: Trójkąt Lubelski; Ukrainian: Люблінський трикутник, romanizedLiublinskyi trykutnyk) is an alliance of three European countries – Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine[1] – for helping Ukraine become a member of the European Union and NATO.[2]

The Lublin Triangle countries are supporting Ukraine in the Russian aggression against Ukraine. The Lublin Triangle supports giving Ukraine the status of NATO partner.[3][4][5]

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  1. Đorđević, Nikola (29 July 2020). "Ukraine, Poland, and Lithuania launch Lublin Triangle, a new regional cooperation initiative". Emerging Europe.
  2. "Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine Inaugurate 'Lublin Triangle'". Jamestown.
  3. "Kuleba, Czaputowicz and Linkevičius launched the Lublin Triangle - a new format of Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania". 28 July 2020.
  4. "Joint Declaration of Foreign Ministers of the Republic of Poland, the Republic of Lithuania and Ukraine on establishing Lublin Triangle". 28 July 2020. Archived from the original on 19 August 2020. Retrieved 20 January 2022.
  5. "Meeting of Foreign Ministers of Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine". 28 July 2020.