Estonia sees Eastern Partnership countries in common economic space with EU
Estonia intends to offer the Eastern Partnership countries to create a common economic space with the European Union.
"Estonia wishes to achieve concrete results in creation of a common space between the European Union and the countries participating in the Eastern Partnership at the coming Eastern Partnership Summit slated for end of this year in Vilnius," Estonia's Foreign Minister Urmas Paet said at a meeting of the EU foreign ministers in Luxembourg on Monday.
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