Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski met on Sunday with his French and German counterparts in Ettersburg near Weimar, where the Weimar Triangle group was formed 25 years ago to further cooperation between the three countries.
The Foreign Ministers of France, Germany and Poland: Jean-Marc Ayrault, Frank-Walter The three discussed topics including the future of the EU after Brexit, the immigration crisis, the EU’s eastern policy and the situation in eastern Ukraine as well as the threat from terrorism and the future of the Weimar Triangle.
"We want to strengthen the EU and the foundations of European integration, improving it and demonstrating its ability to act," the ministers wrote in a joint statement published after the meeting, adding that they also wanted to show that the EU as a whole can achieve more than any country alone.
On Monday, the foreign ministers will jointly open a conference of German ambassadors in Berlin.
Afterwards, Waszczykowski will travel to Budapest, where he will participate in a conference of Hungarian ambassadors and, together with foreign ministers of Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, participate in a panel discussion about the Visegrad Group. (mol/pk)