Eastern Partnership Justice Ministerial meeting:extracts from the arrivals and doorsteps
Lieu: Luxembourg (town), Luxembourg - Council
End production: 07/10/2013 First transmission: 07/10/2013
On Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning, EU Justice and Home Affairs ministers will meet with their Eastern Partnership counterparts to discuss cooperation and future prospects in this field.
On Monday, Justice Ministers will discuss issues related to justice reform, judicial cooperation and recent legislative and policy developments in the area of justice. On Tuesday, Home affairs ministers will discuss issues related to the fight against corruption, fight against organised and transnational crime, cybercrime and migration and mobility.
This ministerial meeting will also serve as input for the preparations for the third Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius, which will take place on 28 and 29 November 2013. The outcomes of this Ministerial meeting should send a key message for the Summit on the achievements in the field of the Justice and Home Affairs and the way forward.
The Eastern Partnership was launched by the Union at a Summit with the Eastern European partners on 7 May 2009 in Prague. It set out an ambitious path for deeper bilateral and multilateral relations with Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine.
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||Oleg Efrim, Minister of Justice of Moldavia
||Tea Tsulukiani, Minister of Justice Georgia