Estonian MEP: EU Eastern Partnership program no longer sustainable in current form

  • 2020-10-11
  • BNS/TBT Staff
TALLINN - The European Union should revise its Eastern Partnership program in the light of the Armenian-Azerbaijani clashes and events in Belarus, and freeze the three states' memberships, according to Estonian MEP Urmas Paet. "This is a complicated issue for the European Union as it concerns our immediate neighborhood where once again attempts are being made to resolve issues by using force and violence," Paet said, adding that Armenia, Azerbaijan and Belarus are all members of the EU Eastern Partnership program. "There are altogethe...
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