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The EU is ready to discuss with Georgia and Moldova the economic integration2011-09-29 18:38
According to information the head of the Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski made public today at a press conference, at the summit of the EU "Eastern Partnership" they will announce the date to launch negotiations on economic integration with the European Union, Moldova and Georgia. This was reported by Trend citing ITAR-TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We have an agreed text on the economic integration of the EU with Ukraine" - he recalled. "Tomorrow we will announce the start of negotiations with Moldova and Georgia on economic integration" - added Sikrosky.
"We have a declaration, which gives countries of the "partnership" more than it was in Poland when we joined the EU, - Sikorski said about the document to be adopted at the summit. - Declaration that we will present tomorrow recognizes the European ambitions of these countries, calling them European neighbors". "In accordance with the Treaty of Rome and the Copenhagen agreement, if the state will fulfill the criteria, they can apply for membership in the EU" - said the Minister.
"We'll also announce the easier conditions of entry into a zone of free of visas for the 76 million citizens of the Eastern Partnershi" - added Sikorski.
"In practice, we have removed the entry on "long" term visa-free regime, which will enter into force as soon as the member states of the initiative fulfill technical conditions" - he explained.
"The European Union allocates 1.2 billion euro for programs related to border management, energy efficiency, education of officials, the fight against corruption and respect for the environment" - said the Polish minister of foreign affairs.