Discussion on "Ukraine's recovery and future: Lublin triangle and Japan"
On December 5, Ambassador Aurelijus Zykas participated in the informative discussion on "Ukraine's recovery and future: Lublin triangle and Japan", which was organized by Keio University in cooperation with Tohoku and Sofia universities.
Together with his fellow ambassadors of the Lublin Triangle, Ambassador Zykas read his remarks on Lithuania's position on priorities and opportunities for closer cooperation between Japan and the regional alliance of three European countries, focused on strengthening mutual defense, cultural, economic defense and political cooperation, as well as support for Ukraine's integration into the European Union and NATO. Ambassador Zykas praised Japan's ongoing and sustained efforts to support Ukraine's resilience and recovery, leveraging our regional expertise, infrastructure and the engagement of the Lublin Triangle countries.
The ambassador also drew attention to the consistent vocal position of the Japanese Government and its growing involvement in international support efforts for Ukraine, especially joining various international coalitions, including the demining initiative led by Lithuania, and other practical large-scale resilience projects.