Polish Army soldiers march during a military parade celebrating the Polish Army Day in Warsaw, Poland, Saturday, Aug. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
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Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine Monday said a joint brigade of 4,000 troops would be operational next year, as the region maintains a wary eye on Russia and its role in the Ukraine conflict.While Lithuania and Poland are NATO and EU members, Ukraine is not but has been a part of the defense alliance's Partnership for Peace eastern outreach program since 1994 .The three countries signed an agreement in September 2014 to form the so-called Litpolukrbrig brigade, which will mainly take part in peacekeeping operations.
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