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Wiktorin: Belarus increasingly active in Eastern Partnership Initiative

Further cooperation of Belarus with the European Union will be discussed at the forthcoming Eastern Partnership summit. The meeting will be held in Brussels in late November 2017.

Representatives of Belarus will also take part in the meeting.

The Eastern Partnership is the EU's program for developing cooperation with six states (Belarus, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova).

Andrea Wiktorin, head of the European Union representative office in Belarus:
All the countries participating in the Eastern Partnership initiative are invited at the level of heads of state. The summit will discuss how cooperation can develop in the future.

Belarus is increasingly active in participating in the Eastern Partnership Initiative.

The country is ready to host various events and is becoming more and more involved in activities under this program.

Within the Eastern Partnership initiative, Belarus stands for the implementation of specific programs in the interests of European unification and security.

Wiktorin: Belarus increasingly active in Eastern Partnership Initiative