Leaders of 27 countries of the EU conducted the extraordinary summit devoted to the situation in Georgia. They are anxious about "influence of the existing crisis upon the whole Caucasian Region" and declared about their intention to activate their relations with the neighbours in the East, the final Resolution states.

"The European Council notes with concern the impact which the current crisis is having on the whole of the region. The European Union considers that it is more necessary than ever to support regional cooperation and step up its relations with its eastern neighbours, in particular through its neighbourhood policy, the development of the "Black Sea Synergy" initiative and an "Eastern Partnership" which the European Council wishes to adopt in March 2009;" the Resolution tells.

The European Council decides to appoint a European Union Special Representative for the crisis in Georgia and asks the Council to make the necessary arrangements.

In this context the European Council stresses the importance of the forthcoming summit between the European Union and Ukraine on 9 September in Evian (France).


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