Moldova Convenes the Eastern Partnership Summit

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The European Union initiative "Eastern Partnership" summit (Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Armenia) is to be held in March 2021. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Moldova, Oleg Tsulea announced about at a joint briefing with Dmytro Kuleba in Kiev, reported referring to "An important topic on the agenda for Chisinau and Kiev is the European integration process constant advancement. In this context, we talked about the state of dialogue between our countries and European partners, about the experience of reforms, as well as about the prospects for coordinating the actions of the Eastern Partnership Summit, which will be held in March 2021», - he said. The minister also stated that during his visit to Ukraine, he signed a plan for bilateral inter-ministerial consultations with Kuleba until 2023 and proposed holding intergovernmental commission meetings of on trade and economic cooperation in Chisinau. Tsulea invited Kuleba to visit Moldova at any convenient for him time.