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On October 15, vice foreign minister of Lithuania Andrius Krivas extended invitations to the heads of diplomatic representatives of six countries of the Eastern Partnership - Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine to the Eastern Partnership summit, which will take place on November28-29 in Vilnius, the press service of the Foreign Ministry of Lithuania reports.
In the invitation letters that were signed by President of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaite, chairman of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy and President of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso, as well as six partner countries were invited to attend the summit in Vilnius, "achievements of the Eastern Partnership would be confirmed and guiding principles for the future would be determined."
Krivas noted that in the context of the EU presidency, Lithuania attached great importance to the Eastern Partnership and stressed that, in his opinion, the summit would be a significant step in implementation of a dialogue and cooperation with the EU, taking into account the goals of each country of Eastern partnership. According to the deputy minister, real achievements of the summit will allow partners to achieve political and economic rapprochement with the European Union.