The leaders of the Weimar Triangle have expressed their unconditional support for Ukrainians and their "unwavering solidarity" with Ukraine in its war against Russia.
Poland's foreign minister, Zbigniew Rau, has said he will discuss the "fiasco of German eastern policy" during a visit to Berlin on Tuesday.
The foreign ministers of the Weimar Triangle format, comprising Poland, Germany and France, have condemned Russia's aggression on Ukraine and confirmed their firm support of Ukraine.
The Polish and French presidents and the German chancellor have met in a trilateral formula for the first time in years to discuss the current tensions at the Russia-Ukraine border.
Ahead of a Tuesday meeting of the Weimar Triangle (Poland, Germany and France) in Berlin, President Andrej Duda described the situation in Ukraine and Belarus as the most difficult time since 1989.
A tripartite meeting between Poland, Germany, and France, the so-called Weimer Triangle, is to take place in Berlin in the coming days as fears of a Russian attack on Ukraine grow by the day, according to a Polish diplomatic source.
Annalena Baerbock, who is set to become foreign minister in Germany's new government, has said Germany should revive the Weimar Triangle, a trilateral format of cooperation between Berlin, Paris and Warsaw.
Germany will not forsake its Polish friends during the challenges Poland faces in its border crisis with Belarus, said the German minister of foreign affairs after a meeting with his Polish and French counterparts on Friday.
Sejm (lower house) Speaker Elzbieta Witek and the German Ambassador to Poland Arndt Freytag von Loringhoven on Wednesday discussed parliamentary dialogue, historical policy and the role of the Weimar Triangle.
The foreign ministers of Poland, France and Germany adopted a joint declaration on Thursday in Paris, expressing deep concern over the situation in Belarus, the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh, the occupation of Crimea and the poisoning of Alexei Navalny.