• December 16, 2016
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Diplomats from Poland and Lithuania were discussing the situation of Polish minority

The situation of Polish minority in Lithuania, agreeing on statements in issues concerning EU and NATO were the topic of Lithuanian-Polish political consultations.

The mutual cooperation and international issues had their place in the yesterday meeting’s agenda, in which Rolandas Kačinskas and Witold Sobków- directors of policy in Lithuanian and Polish ministries of foreign affairs took part.

Important place during the consultation took issues concerning Polish national minority, especially in the context of education. Kačinskas marked that Lithuania is ready to begin an open dialogue in all current for both sides issues.

Participants of this meeting were also discussing about the cooperation of Poland and Lithuania in the field of defensive capability, building of the power plant in Ostrowiec in Belarus what according to Lithuania poses danger for the region, Eastern Partnership, situation in Syria, and others.

Translated by Agnieszka Bladowska within the framework of a traineeship programme of the European Foundation of Human Rights, www.efhr.eu.

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