Donald Tusk: Cooperation with Eastern Partnership countries will be further strengthened

Cooperation with Eastern Partnership countries will be strengthened

"The European Union will further strengthen cooperation with the member states of the Eastern Partnership " President of the European Union, Donald Tusk said.

Georgian bureau of Report informs that he spoke at the international conference dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the Eastern Partnership program in Batumi.

He said new opportunities will be considered for continuation and further strengthening of political and economic integration with partner states: "Along with the states, the support of civil society and the business community is needed to make the cooperation stronger. The success of the Eastern Partnership program is confirmed by the daily life. "

Notably, Eastern Partnership is one of the projects of the European Union. The program came into force on May 7, 2008 at the summit of the organization held in Prague. The project was put forward by Poland and Sweden. The program is a new initiative to strengthen relations with the EU and six partner countries (Azerbaijan, Belarus, Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine).

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