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Third informal meeting of Foreign Ministers of the Eastern Partnership will be held in Yerevan2013-02-13 13:16
On February 12, Armenian Foreign Minister Eduard Nalbandyan took part in informal meeting of Foreign Ministers of member countries of the Eastern Partnership in Tbilisi, the Armenia Today reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The meeting was attended by the Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighbourhood Policy European Parliament Stefan Fule, Deputy Secretary General for the External Action Service Helga Schmid and delegations of member countries of the Eastern Partnership.
Armenian Foreign Minister noted the importance of the signing of the Armenia-EU agreement on visa facilitation. He also confirmed the willingness to hold third informal meeting of Foreign Ministers of the Eastern Partnership in Yerevan.
As stated by the press service of the Armenian Foreign Ministry, during the meeting the parties discussed the results registered within the Eastern Partnership, as well as the future prospects for partnership.
They also discussed in detail the implementation of the road maps of the Eastern Partnership. The participants exchanged views on the steps taken before the summit in Vilnius.
Recall, on February 11, Foreign Minister of Armenia Eduard Nalbandyan and Georgian Foreign Minister Maya Panjikidze continued the dialogue on strengthening and expanding bilateral relations, started in Yerevan last month.
During the meeting, the Foreign Ministers of the two countries discussed in detail the implementation of the agreements reached in the course of the meeting between the Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan and Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili and talks between the two governments in January this year, in Yerevan. Ministers discussed the issues of Armenian-Georgian agenda and joint steps taken to address them.