Prime Ministers Šimonytė and Morawiecki discuss stronger strategic partnership


2020 12 15

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Prime Minister Ingrida Šimonytė and Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki have discussed bilateral cooperation between the two countries, coordination of the European Union and NATO policies, and the situation in Belarus. The Prime Minister of Poland has congratulated Prime Minister Ingrida Šimonytė and the Government under her leadership on the assumption of office.

The Prime Minister of Lithuania has emphasized the importance of the strategic partnership with Poland and the continuity of close relations. ‘I would like to deepen the strategic partnership between Lithuania and Poland in all areas in the coming years. Therefore, I will encourage the ministers to maintain active cooperation with their colleagues in Poland,’ the Prime Minister said.

The Lithuanian Prime Minister has thanked Poland for its support in implementing the European Council conclusions on the need to prevent the import of electricity from the unsafe nuclear power plant in Astravyets. It has been agreed that the energy ministers will discuss possibilities of accelerating the implementation of the Baltic electricity grids synchronization project.