On April 23, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba will pay a working visit to Romania at the invitation of Bogdan Aurescu, Minister of Foreign Affairs of this country.
Dmytro Kuleba will take part in a working meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the three NATO Member States - Poland, Romania and Turkey - on "The Security Situation within the Eastern Neighborhood and Prospects for Ukraine-Georgia Relations with NATO". Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani will also participate in the event.
For the first time, Ukraine will take part in a ministerial meeting in the format of the Poland-Romania-Turkey triangle, which was established in 2012 at the NATO summit in Chicago.
The program of the visit also includes separate bilateral meetings of Dmytro Kuleba with the Foreign Ministers of Georgia and Romania.
The first meeting in the Poland-Romania-Turkey format took place in May 2012 on the sidelines of the NATO Summit in Chicago at the level of Deputy Foreign Ministers. The initiative to create this tripartite format belongs to Romania.
At the level of foreign ministers, the format has had meetings annually since 2016.