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ArmeniaAzerbaijanBelarusGeorgiaThe Republic of Moldova Ukraine
EU relations with Armenia are based on the EU-Armenia Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (1999), which provides for wide-ranging cooperation in the areas of political dialogue, trade, investment, economy, law-making and culture.
Since 1991, the EU has gradually become closer to Azerbaijan. It wants to build on this by deepening economic integration and increasing political cooperation with the country.
As a valued neighbour, the European Union (EU) contributes to peace, security and development in Georgia and is committed to supporting the political and economic reforms necessary to bring it closer to the EU.
Overview of political and economic relations between the Republic of Moldova and the European Union.
This page highlights the key aspects of political, economic and trade relations between the European Union (EU) and Ukraine, as well as financial assistance programmes in place and the role of civil society in steering the relations into the future.