President of Armenia to attend Eastern Partnership summit
Presidents of Azerbaijan, Georgia, Belarus, Moldova, Armenia and Ukraine will attend the Eastern Partnership summit on September 30, News.am reported.
The summit will be held during Poland's presidency in the EU, although previously it was scheduled for May when Hungary was in the office.
The Eastern Partnership is a project initiated by the European Union. It was presented by Poland and Sweden. The organization's goal is to improve political and economic trade-relations of the six post-Soviet states.