PM Emil Boc will participate on Thursday at the works of summit releasing the Eastern Partnership, which unfolds in Prague, reads a release sent by the Government’s press office.
‘The initiative fructifies the efforts deployed lately, including by Romania, with a view to extending increased attention from the European Union on its eastern neighborhood.
As a EU member state with direct borders with some of the aimed countries and with special interestsa in the Black Sea area, Romania is a beneficiary of the Eastern Partnership to the extent that this measure will contribute to designing a climate of stability and security in the eastern neighborhood,’ reads the release.
The delegation which will attend the meeting in Prague also includes vice-premier Dan Nica and State Secretary with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Bogdan Mazuru.
Attending the high-level meeting in Prague, which releases the initiative of the Eastern Partnership, are 27 EU countries alongside Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the republic of Moldova and Ukraine.
The joint declaration of the Eastern Partnership Summit will define the principles and objectives of a set of political and practical instruments destined to bringing closer eastern partners with the norms and standards of the European Union.