The European Union’s High Representative for Foreign Policy, Josep Borrell, emphasized on Wednesday the European Union’s (EU) desire to strengthen relations with Georgia and Moldova. bring both countries closer to Twenty-Seven.
The head of European diplomacy met separately today in Brussels with the Prime Minister of Georgia, Iraqi Garibashvili and with the President of Moldova, Maia Sandu.
Borrell conveyed to Georgia the EU’s willingness to accompany the country in efforts that help co-operation between parties and unity between national political forces. concrete progress The rapid implementation of reform priorities vital to strengthening democracy, according to a statement from the European External Action Service.
In particular, it demonstrated the EU’s willingness to address internal political polarization, launch an inclusive and credible judicial reform agenda, and accompany Georgia in implementing the agreed constitutional reforms. Georgian app to enter the EU
He also discussed the situation created by the Russian invasion of Ukraine with the President of Georgia.
In this context, it reaffirmed Twenty-Seven’s commitment to the UN. territorial integrity and the sovereignty of Georgia within its internationally recognized borders.
On the other hand, with the Moldovan president, Borrell underlined the commitment of Twenty-Seven to continue to deepen its activities. relations with that countryRecognizing European aspirations.
The High Representative also reaffirmed European support for Moldova’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, with a special status for the pro-Russian separatist region of Moldova. Transnistriathe area that he expresses about him “anxiety” for recent events, despite praising the response of the Moldovan authorities.
The Minister also conveyed the EU’s gratitude to the President of that country for the solidarity shown by the Moldovan people in hosting hundreds of thousands of refugees who fled from Ukraine.
The European Union, on its behalf, Armenia To continue on the European path and achieve its goals Partnership Agreement with Twenty-Seven.
at the fourth meeting EU-Armenia Association CouncilThis Wednesday, EU Foreign Policy High Representative Josep Borrell acknowledged that bilateral relations between the Union and Armenia are “very good, but there are still reforms to be made”, according to a statement from the European Service. External Action.
On the other hand, he stated that Twenty-Seven knew how the war in Ukraine was. affecting the region.
“Having this (Association) Council is also a good opportunity for the Armenian side to learn from us how we perceive the war in Ukraine and how we perceive the situation. coup “How and why we will continue to support Ukrainians in their struggle to preserve their independence and sovereignty in the face of Russian aggression.”
The EU’s relations with Armenia are based on the EU/Armenia Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (1999), which provides comprehensive cooperation in the following areas. political dialoguetrade, investment, economy, legislation and culture.
The EU is Armenia’s main international donor and works with Armenian authorities to build stability and democracy, increase trade and economic opportunities, and promote mobility. EU since 1992 500 million € Armenian.