A group of MPs belonging the Lithuanian-Polish Parliamentary Assembly have on March 26 agreed to pave way for EU membership negotiations with Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine during their EU presidency.
Such a decision was made during the 22nd Assembly of the Seimas of Lithuania and the Sejm and Senate of Poland, held remotely on March 26.
Signed in the name of the assembly, the statement includes the goal to seek the allocation of the candidate status to associated countries of the EU Eastern Partnership program, i.e. Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine, and the ...
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