About: Weimar Triangle

Global Europe 16-10-2020

France and Germany tell Turkey to stop provocations

France and Germany accused Turkey on Thursday (15 October) of continuing to provoke the European Union with its actions in the eastern Mediterranean, and urged it to clarify its positions in the coming weeks.
Politics 22-08-2019

Macron expected to visit Poland at the start of 2020

After the dispute between Paris and Warsaw, following Poland's cancellation of an Airbus contract, French President Emmanuel Macron will be visiting the Polish capital in the first months of 2020. The Polish prime minister revealed the topics that will be discussed to EURACTIV's partner Ouest-France.
Future EU 20-03-2018

Future EU and security main topics during Merkel’s Poland visit

After her inaugural visit to Paris, German Chancellor Angela Merkel paid a visit to Warsaw. In the talks, there were assurances of “the readiness to fill the Polish-German partnership with content on the European and global level” as well as the “convergence of interests in foreign policy matters.” EURACTIV Poland reports.
Future EU 18-01-2018

Germany and Poland to explore revived ‘Weimar Triangle’

On Wednesday (17 January), Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz met with his German counterpart Sigmar Gabriel in Berlin. The ministers spoke about the dispute over the rule of law in Poland, the future of the EU and a possible revival of the Weimar Triangle. EURACTIV Poland reports.
Economy & Jobs 09-09-2014

Analysts: Weimar Triangle key for Poland’s new role in EU

SPECIAL REPORT: Warsaw needs to articulate more clearly its expectations and policy interests in the context of the Weimar Triangle, a format grouping three large members of the EU, France, Poland and Germany, in order to maximise its political leverage in the Union and beyond, analysts told the EURACTIV network.
Foreign ministers Laurent Fabius (France), Frank-Walter Steinmeier (Germany), und Rados?aw Sikorski (Poland) at a joint press conference in Weimar. [Auswärtiges Amt © photothek/Im]
Europe's East 02-04-2014

EU ministers call for new neighbourhood policy

In a joint meeting this week, foreign ministers from Poland, France and Germany called for greater accommodation of states that want to be closer to the European Union. EURACTIV Germany reports.
Central Europe 08-03-2013

Visegrad countries to form joint military force

  The Visegrad countries - the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia - have agreed to form a joint military force that should be operational by 2016. EURACTIV Poland reports.
Future EU 08-02-2011

Poland invites Russia to ‘Weimar Triangle’

Polish President Bronis?aw 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.