VILNIUS - Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine have agreed to deepen cooperation to help Ukraine in its fight against Russian aggression, and to take joint action to counter the coronavirus pandemic.
In a declaration signed by the Lithuanian, Polish and Ukrainian foreign ministers in the Polish city of Lublin on Tuesday, the three countries committed to create the so-called "Lublin Triangle", a trilateral platform for political, economic and social cooperation, to achieve these and other goals.
The foreign ministers "decided to organ...
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