On 20-22 May 2015, EU leaders will meet representatives of the Eastern Partnership partner countries at the fourth Eastern Partnership summit in Riga to reconfirm the importance the EU attaches to its Eastern Partnership.
The Eastern Partnership has existed since 2009 and covers relations between the 28 countries of the EU and Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. It is intended to provide a venue for discussions of trade, economics, travel agreements and other issues between the EU and its neighbours. On 21-22 May the latest Summit will be held in Riga, Latvia. This infographic gives an overview of the Eastern Partnership.
Compte tenu d'informations faisant état d'"élections législatives" au Haut-Karabakh le 3 mai, nous rappelons que l'Union européenne ne reconnaît pas le cadre constitutionnel et juridique dans lequel ce scrutin se tient. Les procédures mises en place ne peuvent préjuger de ce que sera le futur statut du Haut‑Karabakh ni influer sur le processus de négociation.
In view of reports about 'parliamentary elections' in Nagorno-Karabakh on 3 May, we reiterate that the European Union does not recognise the constitutional and legal framework within which they are being held. These procedures cannot prejudice the determination of the future status of Nagorno-Karabakh or impact on the negotiation process.