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Ukraine, Poland, and Lithuania have agreed to launch a joint military force which is expected to hold its first drill next year.
The defense ministers of the three states signed the agreement in Warsaw on Friday, in the presence of Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski.
Polish defense officials told Reuters that LITPOLUKRBRIG (Lithuanian–Polish–Ukrainian Brigade)
could take part in peacekeeping operations or, if necessary, form the basis of a NATO battle group in the region.
Lithuania and Poland are NATO members, while Ukraine’s recent appeal for a special status outside the bloc was turned down by US president Barack Obama.
“I hope that it will be possible to hold the first [LITPOLUKRBRIG] exercises in one year,” Komorowski said, adding that the creation of the unit “is part of a wider plan…to support Ukraine, among others, in the area of modernization.”
The Polish president stressed that the deal signing proves the trio’s commitment to security in the region.
He also expressed regret that LITPOLUKRBRIG wasn’t formed earlier, and that the sides will now have to make up for lost time.
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