Advisers to the Polish and French presidents and the German chancellor will meet in Paris next week, Polish presidential Minister Krzysztof Szczerski has said.
The three envoys are to exchange opinions, sum up Weimar Triangle relations as well work out a common stand on key international security problems, European policy and Europe's future, Szczerski said.
The minister stressed that the Triangle was returning to work in an operational mode to prepare documents for top level meetings. He added that in view of the election calendar in Europe "we do not expect a speedy Weimar Triangle summit to take place".
Szczerski added that for the Weimar Triangle to be an efficient instrument in European policy it should be rebuilt starting with the working levels.
The last meeting of heads of state of the Weimar Triangle took place in Warsaw in 2011.
The Weimar Triangle was set by Polish, French and German foreign ministers in 1991 with the aim to develop cooperation among the three countries. (PAP)