EU’s interest in development of Eastern Partnership countries affirmed

NordenBladet – It was confirmed during the fifth annual Tallinn Conference on the Eastern Partnership held on Friday that the development of the countries of Eastern Partnership and their integration with the European Union continue to be important in Europe’s political agenda, ERR mediates.

“Eastern Partnership and the development of these countries are important for Estonia, which was demonstrated also by our presidency of the Council of the European Union. Estonia will continue to support Eastern Partners and to make sure that the bus will not drive away and we will try to help all Eastern Partnership countries to achieve your objectives of state building and economic development. We know ourselves how difficult these kind of reforms can be,” Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid said.

The director of the Estonian Center of Eastern Partnership, Jaan Reinhold, said that the goal was to chart the expectations of the different parties that were supported at the summit and analyze the goals toward which to move with our expectations.


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