Kubilius and Kaczynski: Russia"s actions are unacceptable
Kubilius supported Kaczynski"s...
Polish President Lech Kaczynski and Lithuanian Prime Minister Andrius Kubilius underlined that Russia"s actions, such as the usage of its energy sources as a measure of political pressure, are unacceptable, according The Baltic course.
Both politicians think that the EU has to take real measures to ensure the energy security of its member states and solidarity with the European and neighboring countries that have been affected by the crisis, writes ELTA.
Kubilius supported Kaczynski"s opinion that a summit of the EU, Ukraine and Russia could be held in the nearest future to discuss these issues, however, it should not take place in one of the conflict parties.
The Polish president and the Lithuanian prime minister expressed belief that the provisions on the energy security consolidated in the Lisbon Treaty on the initiative of Lithuania and Poland will help to solve similar crises and expressed hope that the treaty would be ratified in the nearest future.
Kubilius paid a working visit to Poland on January 14-15.