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Ten years ago, in May 2009, the Heads of State or Government and representatives of the Republic of Armenia, the Republic of Azerbaijan, the Republic of Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, and Ukraine, the representatives of the European Union and the Heads of State or Government and representatives of Member States of the European Union gathered in Prague to strengthen our mutual ties of friendship and cooperation and to launch a strategic and ambitious partnership, as a specific dimension of the European Neighbourhood Policy to be developed in complementarity with bilateral cooperation.

On 13-14 May, the European Union, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine will mark the 10th anniversary of the Eastern Partnership with a number of events in Brussels. They will provide the opportunity to celebrate a partnership that has proven to be mutually beneficial and has been delivering concrete results for citizens.

Launched in 2009 as a joint policy initiative, the Eastern Partnership (EaP) aims to deepen and strengthen relations between the European Union (EU), its Member States and its six Eastern neighbours: Armenia,
Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. Within this framework, all partners have committed to demonstrate and deliver tangible benefits to the daily lives of citizens across the region.

Over the past three years, there has been progress in EU-Belarus relations. Belarus has been participating actively in the multilateral
formats of the Eastern Partnership. The bilateral relationship will be strengthened through the EU-Belarus Partnership Priorities,
which are currently being negotiated. This will set the strategic framework for cooperation in the coming years.

У апошнія гады адносіны паміж Еўрапейскім саюзам і Беларуссю прайшлі праз некалькі этапаў. Жорсткія дзеянні ўладаў Беларусі пасля выбараў у снежні 2010 года і заключэнне пад варту лідараў апазіцыі прывялі да ўвядзення Еўрапейскім саюзам шэрагу абмежавальных мер, а таксама да пашырэння палітыкі крытычнага ўзаемадзеяння.

В последние годы отношения между Европейским союзом и Беларусью прошли через несколько этапов. Жесткие действия властей Беларуси после выборов в декабре 2010 года и заключение под стражу лидеров оппозиции привели к введению Европейским союзом ряда ограничительных мер, а также к расширению политики критического взаимодействия.

The European Union’s relations with Azerbaijan are based on the EU-Azerbaijan Partnership
and Cooperation Agreement in force since 1999. In February 2017, the EU and Azerbaijan began
negotiations on a new framework agreement with Azerbaijan designed to give new impetus to
political dialogue and mutually beneficial cooperation.

Avropa İttifaqının Azərbaycanla münasibətləri 1999-cu ildən qüvvədə olan Aİ-Azərbaycan Tərəfdaşlıq
və Əməkdaşlıq Sazişinə əsaslanır. Siyasi dialoqa və hər iki tərəf üçün faydalı əməkdaşlığa yeni təkan
vermək üçün 2017-ci ilin fevral ayından etibarən Aİ və Azərbaycan yeni çərçivə sazişinə dair danışıqlara
başlayıb. Azərbaycan Aİ-nin vacib enerji tərəfdaşıdır və Xəzər dənizinin enerji resurslarının Aİ bazarlarına
çatdırılmasında mühüm rol oynayır.

Отношения между Европейским Союзом и Азербайджаном основаны на Соглашении о партнерстве и сотрудничестве, вступившее в силу в 1999 году. В феврале 2017 года ЕС и Азербайджан начали переговоры о новом рамочном соглашении, призванном придать новый импульс политическому диалогу и взаимовыгодному сотрудничеству. Азербайджан является важным энергетическим партнером ЕС и играет ключевую роль в доставке каспийского газа на рынок ЕС.

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The European Union and Georgia enjoy an excellent relationship. Relations are based on the
EU Georgia Association Agreement including a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area
(DCFTA), which entered into force in July 2016 and strives for political association and economic
integration.

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