Baku, Azerbaijan, May 14
The Visegrad Group has issued a statement on the meeting of foreign ministers of the group’s member countries and participants of the Eastern Partnership in Bratislava, chaired by Slovakia, Trend reports with reference to Azerbaijan’s Foreign Ministry.
The document reflects achievements and results of the implementation of the program over the past 10 years by the participating countries of the Eastern Partnership, as well as prospects for the next decade.
The statement also notes the importance of keeping the program on the agenda of the European Union, as well as the mutual interest of the parties to continue this unique program of the European neighborhood, in accordance with common commitments based on aggregate fundamental values and principles of international law, democracy, human rights, rule of law, accountability and good governance, sustainable development and a market economy.
The statement emphasizes support of the Visegrad Group member states for the territorial integrity, independence and sovereignty of the partner countries.