Source: Azerbaijan were objections to the Declaration of the Eastern partnership
In Baku there were certain objections to the text of the Declaration of the Riga summit of "Eastern partnership" section, where indicated, the situation with Nagorno Karabakh, said a diplomatic source. "Armenia and Belarus were objections to the Crimea, - said the interlocutor of the news Agency.- Azerbaijan was there a different reason: Authorized countries would like to see the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has been paid more attention." before the last working day of the week was adopted the final Declaration of the summit of " Eastern partnership ". It was stated that about the "annexation" of the Crimea in the document told the only EU country. According to the Declaration, the term "annexation of Crimea" at the conference in Riga was signed only EU country. All the summit participants, including countries of the Eastern partnership, "confirmed their places in relation to the decision of the UNGA room 68/262 on the territorial integrity of Ukraine," according to the text of the document. The head of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that opposes the attempts of the West to draw him into a discussion about the " annexation of Crimea ". On Thursday, the Western media said that Belarus and Armenia refused to sign the final document because of the wording in the Crimea. The source revealed that before the current time "in the fourth paragraph of the text appeared the phrase" annexation of Crimea ". It is also known that a draft of the summit Declaration does not contain provisions on visa-free regime for Georgia and Ukraine with the European Union in 2016 and that the summit participants agreed on the part of the Declaration on the role of the European Union in the resolution of conflicts within the former Soviet Union. The fourth summit of "Eastern partnership" opened on Thursday in Riga." Eastern partnership - the EU-funded project on development of cooperation with European and Transcaucasian Soviet republics. 3 of the six countries participating in the project - Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia in 2014 signed the Treaty on the Union with the EU. Russian envoy to the EU Vladimir Chizhov have said before, that work on a final Declaration rather tense: some countries want to strengthen anti-Russian orientation, and others that create obstacles.