Regional agreements priority before setting common EU energy policy

  • 2012-02-08
  • By Linas Jegelevicius
BRUSSELS - In a bid to advocate its initiative for the European Energy Community to be a means of leading to a common EU energy policy, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), and European think-tank Notre Europe, last week brought together prominent EU policy and energy decision makers, stakeholders, civil society and media representatives to Brussels for the conference “The European Union moving towards to a European energy community.”The objective is, certainly, in interests of the three Baltic States, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, which have resolved to l...
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