The heads of states of the Eastern Partnership Associated Trio signed the Batumi Summit Declaration today, July 19, at Petra Castle.
The declaration was signed by the President of Georgia Salome Zurabishvili, the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and the President of Moldova Maia Sandu.
Today, on July 19, an international conference was launched in Batumi, attended by the Presidents of three countries – the President of Georgia Salome Zurabishvili, the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and the President of Moldova Maia Sandu.
The international conference is also attended by the President of the European Council Charles Michel.
The main topic of the conference is enhanced cooperation between the three associated partners of the European Union – Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.
In the second panel, representatives of leading think tanks will discuss the resumption of the traditional transatlantic dialogue and possible scenarios for its further development.
The conference is being held in a hybrid format.
The Associated Trio is a tripartite format for the enhanced cooperation, coordination, and dialogue between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine with the European Union on issues of common interest related to European integration, enhancing cooperation within the framework of the Eastern Partnership, and committing to the prospect of joining the European Union.