Kuleba: New generations of Ukrainians, Poles and Lithuanians want to live together in a single European space

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In a few hours, representatives of the youth councils of Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania, together with the Ukrainian platform of public diplomacy, will sign a Memorandum of Cooperation and institutionally launch the Lublin Youth Triangle.

This was stated by the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba at a briefing, UA reports.

According to the Foreign Minister, at the beginning of the year, together with Polish and Lithuanian colleagues, they spoke about the need to involve young people in the activities of the Lublin Triangle.

“And today these intentions will be officially realized. Already, three youth councils unite a total of 264 youth organizations and 11,000 young Ukrainians, Poles and Lithuanians. New generations of Poles, Ukrainians and Lithuanians want and will live together in a single European space. It is for the sake of their European future that we have created this regional alliance” – Kuleba said.

The Lublin Youth Triangle will implement cultural, social and educational interaction of young people, exchange of experience and joint projects.

“I know that they have plans for student exchanges and special scholarships. I count on the active contribution of young people to the efforts of the Lublin Triangle. For its part, the Foreign Ministry is ready to continue to involve young people in our regional initiatives” – the Minister added.

To remind, Kuleba stated that Ukraine would be in a new wave of EU enlargement.

Ukraine has received EUR 600 million in macro-financial assistance from the EU