European Parliament talks about organizing more integration of eastern partners
The European Parliament will call for the creation of a single economic space between the European Union and the six countries of the former USSR under the Eastern Partner Program to speed up the process of “gradual integration” into the block.
The parliament also condemns Russia’s illegal actions in the Eastern Partnership countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. In which she calls instability, infiltration and annexation.
It is understood that the document may be approved in May. According to the draft report, the European Parliament will announce its intention to create a single economic zone and support the gradual integration of the energy union, the transportation community and a single digital market. Another proposal would be the elimination of swirling between EU countries and partners of the partnership.
It has also been reported that the European Parliament will reaffirm the sovereign right of Eastern Partnership countries to integrate with the European Union. In addition, Brussels will emphasize that the policy of this bloc can contribute to the process of gradual entry into the European Union.
As you know, the Eastern membership program was launched in 2009 to bring the former Soviet republics closer to the European Union without a clear offer for future membership. Since then, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine have signed association agreements with the European Union, including free trade agreements.
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