Security chief supports Polish, Lithuanian, Romanian military cooperation

Soloch said he supported trilateral military ties in the form of the existing cooperation within the framework of the Lithuanian-Polish-Ukrainian brigade, LITPOLUKRBRIG. Darek Delmanowicz/PAP

The head of Poland's National Security Bureau (BBN), Paweł Soloch, spoke out in favour of initiating Polish-Ukrainian-Romanian military cooperation in Kiev, Ukraine, on Thursday.

Soloch said he supported trilateral military ties in the form of the existing cooperation within the framework of the Lithuanian-Polish-Ukrainian brigade, LITPOLUKRBRIG.

"The head of the National Security Bureau of Poland emphasised cooperation within the framework of the Lithuanian-Polish-Ukrainian brigade (LITPOLUKRBRIG) and expressed the opinion that the introduction of such military cooperation would be indicated between Ukraine Romania and Poland," the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine (NSDC) announced on Thursday.

Soloch, who is visiting Ukraine, met with his counterpart, NSDC Secretary Oleksiy Danilov, who thanked the Warsaw authorities for their consistent support of his country in its aspirations to integrate with the EU and NATO.

"Poland is our devoted friend and real partner in the current, difficult times for Ukraine. We value it very much," Danilov said.