Eastern Partnership Summit ends in Warsaw, EU political association discussed

Delegations of 32 EU Member States and partner countries as well as representatives of the main European Union institutions debated for two days on the future of the Eastern Partnership and reviewed its achievements since it was launched two years ago, iewy news informs. The Warsaw meeting concluded with the adoption of a joint declaration, which sends a legible signal to the six partners: the European Union is willing to assist them and talk about their European aspirations and forms of tighter integration. The Summit participants concurred that the strengthening of the Eastern Partnership – including its more generous financing – is essential today, even though the EU is grappling with the economic crisis and has committed itself to building a new strategy for countries of the South.  Romanian President Traian Basescu attended the summit, accompanied by Minister for European Integration Leonard Orban.

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