The current format of trilateral cooperation between Ukraine, Britain and Poland focuses on defense, security and military cooperation. Diplomatic and political cooperation is also possible in the future.
This was stated by the British ambassador to Ukraine, Melinda Simmons, in an interview with Suspilne, reports Ukrinform.
“We are working on what to do next with this (trilateral format cooperation, ed.). We are currently focusing on defense, security and military cooperation. In my opinion, in the future we can develop a type of diplomatic and political cooperation, in which the cooperation of the three can strengthen relations. However, we are now all focused on fighting the invasion,” Simmons said.
He also denied reports in Italian newspapers that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had allegedly offered the Ukrainian president a new trade union as an alternative to the European Union.
“This is inaccurate information,” the British ambassador said.
Ukraine, Britain and Poland reportedly launched a new trilateral cooperation format on February 17 to respond to European security threats and strengthen economic cooperation between the two countries.
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