MEP Laima Andrikienė
Opinion

L. Andrikienė, European Parliament has laid foundations for breakthrough in Eastern Partnership

Published in the newsletter of EU-STRAT (http://eu-strat.eu), EU-STRAT is an international research project that studies the relationship between the European Union and the countries in the European Eastern neighborhood. It has been expected in the […]

No Picture
European Union

Eastern Partnership: November summit should be forward-looking, injecting new dynamism

“The summit in Brussels should be forward-looking, injecting new dynamism providing a clear political vision for the future of our Eastern Partnership. Differentiation is key. As our resources are limited, the principle of ‘more for more and less for less’ should be implemented. We should focus our resources much more on those Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries who have made remarkable progress on their European path”, said Laima Andrikienė MEP, co-author of the European Parliament’s recommendations ahead of the EaP Summit on 24 November. […]

The Kremlin
Opinion

Eurasian Economic Union – reality or fiction?

Operating since 2015, the Eurasian Economic Union formed (EEU) over a relatively short period of time, and passed through all three stages of integration – from the customs union established in 2010 to the single market in 2012, culminating with the integrated economic union, which included coordination of the individual state economic policies starting in 2015. In principle, this inclusive structure and institutional framework is very similar to the European Union (EU), the difference being that the latter’s integration process, covering not only the single internal market but also various policies, took place over almost 40 years. The integration process arises from the bottom up. […]

Hasan Mammadzada
Uncategorized

Azerbaijan ambassador compares Nagorno-Karabakh to occupation of Vilnius

Azerbaijan‘s Ambassador to Lithuania Hasan Mammadzada says that the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh, a disputed Armenian-dominated region, is comparable to the occupation of the Vilnius region which was ruled by Poland in the interwar period. […]

Dalia Grybauskaitė
European Union

EU promises to Eastern partners are sufficient, Lithuanian president says

Lithuania’s President Dalia Grybauskaitė, who is attending the European Union‘s (EU) Eastern Partnership summit in Riga, says that the promises made to Eastern partners are sufficient, although the West has not committed itself to accepting them into the EU in the future. […]