Related to my last post on a meeting of the Weimar triangle, via Euractiv.com:
Polish President Bronisław Komorowski said yesterday (7 February) that he would welcome Russia to meetings of the Weimar Triangle countries – comprising Poland, Germany and France – as a way of strengthening Moscow's ties with the EU. EurActiv Poland reports.
In response to Komorowski's inviting Russia to the Weimar Triangle meetings, French President Sarkozy said:
Komorowski's approach to relations with Russia is both very intelligent and bold. Such activity will make a good impression and will facilitate the awareness of the fact that the Cold War is no more.
Read the full report here on the web portal of thePolish President.