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Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova urged the EU to recognize their European perspective


KYIV, Dec 16 The heads of Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova issued a joint statement calling on the EU to recognize their European perspective, the press service of the Ukrainian president’s office said. flagship initiatives for partner countries … We have reaffirmed our determination, backed by the strong will of our peoples, to act towards membership in the European Union. In this regard, we call on the European Union to support the sovereign choice of our states, along with all the steps we have taken towards European integration, and recognize the European perspective of Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine, “the joint statement reads. Also, the heads of state called on the EU to strengthen its role in promoting peace and stability in the Eastern Partnership region.” We recognized that dramatic changes in the situation in the Eastern Partnership and Black Sea reg Since the 5th Eastern Partnership Summit in 2017, security, energy, health care and other new challenges must be tackled jointly by partner countries in close cooperation with the EU. We emphasize that the constant destabilization and violation of the principles of international law in many parts of the Eastern Partnership region pose a serious threat to peace, security and stability in Europe. We welcomed the EU's vigorous efforts to resolve conflicts and confidence-building processes and called for a strengthened role in promoting peace and stability in the Eastern Partnership region, using all available tools, including appropriate restrictive measures, when necessary. We called on EU leaders to consider these issues at a meeting of the European Council on December 16, 2021, “the statement reads. The Eastern Partnership project was launched in 2009 to strengthen political and economic relations between the EU, its member states and six countries: Armenia , Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. All of these countries were represented at the summit on Wednesday from the Eastern Partnership countries in Brussels, except for Belarus, which had previously suspended its participation in the program. Michel said that the EU will support reforms in the Eastern Partnership countries

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