Nina Gurina. The head of the foreign Ministry of Belarus, Ukraine and Lithuania during the meeting in Odessa called for the achievement of specific operational acceptable to all parties to the agreements in the framework of the trilateral contact group on settling the situation in the Donbass, said on the last working day of the week, the press service of the Belarusian foreign Ministry.
in the framework of the working visit to Ukraine in Odessa held soveshenee of Ministers of foreign Affairs of Belarus Vladimir Makei, Lithuania Linas Linkevi?ius and Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin.
"The Ministers discussed the regional situation with the conflict in the Southeast of Ukraine, and spoke in favor of the achievement of specific operational, acceptable to all parties to the agreements in the framework of the trilateral contact group ", - is informed in the report.
in addition, during the meeting the prospects of reformatting the " Eastern partnership ". According to the press service, Mackay drew attention to the desirability of diversifying approaches of the European Union to the countries-participants of the Eastern partnership depends on current priorities of their foreign policies. The Minister separately emphasized the importance of the pairing of integration processes in the European space and, potentially, the beginning of the dialogue between the EEU and the EU.
The foreign Ministers of the three countries also discussed possible actions aimed at enhancing trilateral cooperation in political, trade-economic and transport sectors, development of the tripartite regional projects in different areas, according to a report.
The project "Eastern partnership" does not provide for the possibility of EU membership, but aimed at political and economic integration of the EU with Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. The last 3 countries last year signed an Association agreement with the EU, which has already ratified the overwhelming majority of EU countries. Furthermore, Armenia and Belarus are members of the Eurasian economic Union (EEU) is an international Association, created on the base of the Customs Union, which includes Russia.