The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko with Prime Minister of Moldova Pavel Filip have agreed to form a common agenda for the Eastern partnership summit, which will take place in the fall.
He stated this during a joint with Philip’s statements to the media after the opening of the border crossing point “Kuchurgan-Pervomaisk” on the Transnistrian section of the border in the Odessa region.
“We also agreed to form our common agenda for the Eastern partnership summit, which will take place this autumn”, – said Poroshenko.
“Our coordination in the Eastern partnership format with our reliable strategic partners, including with Moldova and with Georgia going on a brilliant way,” – said the head of state.
We will remind, the Prime Minister of Moldova dispelled the myth of the blockade of Transnistria by Ukraine.
As you know, the Eastern partnership summit will be held in November in Brussels. Participants of the policy of the Eastern partnership are Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Belarus.