President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy, President of the Republic of Lithuania Gitanas Nausėda and President of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda signed the Joint Declaration following the Second Summit of the Lublin Triangle held in Lviv.
"The Joint Declaration is the result of the negotiations. It reflects the key political, humanitarian and other conclusions of today's meeting," the Head of State informed in the course of the press conference following the negotiations with the Presidents of Lithuania and Poland.
The Joint Declaration confirms the centuries-old historical ties between Ukraine, Lithuania and Poland, as well as defines the priority areas of cooperation of the Lublin Triangle, in particular in the framework of the strategic course of our country to acquire full membership in the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
The document noted the intention of Lithuania and Poland to continue providing powerful military, technical, defense, humanitarian and other support to Ukraine.
The Joint Declaration highlights support for convening the Global Peace Formula Summit to consolidate international support for the peace plan presented by President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
Also, the support for the establishment of a special international tribunal for the crime of aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine has been confirmed.
The document specifically noted the expansion of the Black Sea Grain Initiative to other seaports of our country and the importance of continuing the "Grain from Ukraine" program to strengthen global food security.
The signing of the Joint Declaration at the level of the Presidents of Ukraine, Lithuania and Poland enshrines the support of the Lithuanian and Polish parties for the prospect of Ukraine's membership in the EU and NATO as soon as the conditions allow.