Eastern partnership interesting for Moldova, Armenia and Georgia
By Messenger Staff
Wednesday, August 18Polish foreign minister Angey Sheskovski who is supervising Eastern partnership issues for the EU stated that it is mostly Moldova, Georgia and Armenia who are expressing an interest in this programme. He also mentioned that Ukraine and Belarus have also had noticeable activities. He stated that every country is able to choose individually its level of participation in the project. Sheskovski added that actual results of the implementation of this programme will be seen in some years to come. Eastern partnership is an EU initiative suggesting the further integration with the EU of six former Soviet Union countries – Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine EU in economic and political fields.