On 16 January, Estonia, Poland, Latvia, and Lithuania signed a single document. 4 countries in the Polish Sejm have confirmed in writing their readiness to support Ukraine while it fights against aggression. Olena Kondratiuk, deputy head of the parliament of Ukraine, informed me about this. She said that the document contains 10 items, among which are strengthening sanctions against Russia, support of Ukraine in 3 spheres (military, economic, humanitarian), and others.
In addition to this, Kondratiuk informed about the possible Ukrainian access to the joint declaration. The deputy head of the parliament of Ukraine met with the speaker of the Sejm of Poland, Elzbieta Witek. During the meeting, the parties discussed the possibility of signing the same document by the Ukrainian parliament as Poland and the Baltic countries. The main direction of cooperation is to create a tribunal for criminals from Russia.
"I appealed to the Sejm of Poland to assist with the example of Estonia in developing and implementing a legal mechanism for confiscating frozen Russian assets for compensation of losses caused by Ukrainians. Russia should pay for aggression today because we do not have time to wait years for reparations," Kondratiuk wrote on Facebook.