: Ukrainian-Polish-Lithuanian Parliamentary Assembly meeting to start in Kyiv

13:38 May. 30, 2016

Ukrainian-Polish-Lithuanian Parliamentary Assembly meeting to start in Kyiv

Trilateral Ukrainian-Polish-Lithuanian Parliamentary Assembly will unfold in Kyiv.

Ukraine's security in terms of Russia's invasion in the eastern regions is on top agenda

Trilateral Ukrainian-Polish-Lithuanian Parliament Assembly is set to take place in Kyiv on May, 30th. The delegates are to discuss the security issues, as well as Ukraine-E.U. cooperation.

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Each country is to be represented by 30 deputies, Ukraine's headed by Verkhovna Rada Chairman Andriy Parubiy. Polish and Lithuanian delegations are reportedly headed by his counterparts Stanisław Karczewski and Loreta Graužinienė respectively. In the next three days Parliamentary Assembly members will work on the issues of inter-parliamentary cooperation, European and Euro-Atlantic integration, as well as preparing for the upcoming NATO summit in Warsaw, July 8-9th. One more important topic to solve is global security in terms of Russian military aggression in the eastern Ukraine.

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Parliamentary Assembly is an advisory inter-parliamentary body. Plenary sessions are hold annually in each of the member states.

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