Ukraine and Lithuania Join forces to boost cybersecurity

Ukraine and Lithuania Join forces to boost cybersecurity

Ukraine and Lithuania have recently signed a joint declaration to boost cybersecurity and to define the priorities for cooperation between the two countries.

As part of the agreement, the two presidents discussed defence and security issues and agreed to enhance engagement with the Lithuanian-Polish-Ukrainian Brigade.

Both the countries have agreed to put special focus on bilateral political and economic relations, security and defense issues, Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic integration in addition to cooperation on energy, innovation, transport, and social policy.

Nausėda said: “The President of Ukraine and I agreed on the need to pursue long-term ambitious goals of the Eastern Partnership Initiative. Lithuania supports Ukraine’s increased sectoral integration with the EU in areas such as energy, the digital economy, law and domestic policy. We also look forward to closer cooperation on customs issues.”

Defence Insight Analysis

The Two leaders also discussed the situation in eastern Ukraine, preparations for the Normandy Quartet meeting, and foreign policy relations with Russia.

During the meeting, Nausėda gave assurance to Ukraine that there would be no change in the sanctions against Russia until the Minsk agreements were implemented and the annexation of Crimea continued.

Lithuania Defence Minister R Karoblis and Ukraine Defence Minister A Zagorodniuk have visited the National Cyber Security Centre under the MoD and meet on a bilateral basis at the Ministry of National Defence.

Matteo Natalucci

Matteo Natalucci is a geopolitics expert working as an Editor in London covering all aspects of international affairs and technology. Matteo previously worked for the United Nations, the European Commission, Thomson Reuters, Bloomberg, IHS Markit, and Global Data. Get in touch with the author: matteo.natalucci@internationalinsider.org
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