STRASBOURG – In preparation for the Eastern Partnership Summit in Brussels on November 24, Members of the European Parliament in Strasbourg highlighted the importance of “concrete cooperation” with the European Union’s Eastern partners in a debate on November 14 and vote on November 15.
Eastern partners who made substantial progress on EU-related reform could be allowed to join the customs or energy union, MEPs said. The European Parliament also called for establishing a trust fund for Ukraine,...


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