European Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighborhood Policy Stefan Fule has expressed hope that the summit in Vilnius will ensure the irreversibility of the processes of political association and economic integration of the Eastern Partnership countries with the EU, Ukrinform reported.
The statement was made Friday, October 4 in Batumi, the commissioner's press service told Ukrinform.
"I hope that the summit will approve a promising agenda for Eastern Partnership for the next two years that will make the processes of political association and economic integration between the EU and eastern partners irreversible," Fule said.
He noted that "of course, not all of our partners want to move at the same speed." "Some countries want to move faster than others. Eastern Partnership is not cloths to fit everyone equally. Our partners can determine themselves what they mean in closer relations with EU," the commissioner said.
As reported, Ukraine and the EU seek to sign the Association Agreement and its deep and comprehensive free trade area at the Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius on November 28-29.