VILNIUS – Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis and his EU counterparts are meeting in Brussels on Monday to discuss the situation of Russia's continued aggression against Ukraine and other issues.
The Foreign Affairs Council's meeting is to focus on further military and financial assistance to Ukraine and joint actions, responsibility for Russia's war crimes and human rights violations, the consequences of third countries' involvement in the conflict, and Ukraine's post-war reconstruction and reforms on its path towards European integration, the Lithuanian Foreign Ministry has said in a press release.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba is expected to join the discussion via a video link.
The EU's ministers are also to discuss the bloc's relations with Latin America and the Caribbean, and digital diplomacy and other issues.
The Council is expected to approve conclusions on EU Digital Diplomacy, foreign information manipulation and interference, EU priorities at the 77th United Nations General Assembly, and EU development aid targets for 2022.