EU invited Russia’s allies to an informal meeting

Armenia to take part in informal European summit, media reported
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The European Union invited Armenia and Azerbaijan to an informal summit in Prague on 6 October. The meeting participants will discuss the need to create a new European political community, designed to ensure the security of the continent. This was reported by the British newspaper The Guardian.

“Among other [на саммит] Norway and Switzerland, non-EU countries deeply integrated into the single market, as well as nine countries hoping to join the EU, including Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia and six Western countries, will be invited. Balkan states, as well as Armenia and Azerbaijan,” the article says.

In addition, according to the publication, the British Prime Minister will be invited to the summit, “which, as many expect, will be Liz Truss.” However, now European diplomats are arguing about the need for Turkey to attend the meeting. “Greece and Cyprus, involved in long-standing disputes with Ankara, oppose the invitation of Turkey, which remains an official candidate for EU membership,” the authors of the newspaper explain.

The President of the European Council, Charles Michel, said that the summit would raise the issue of creating a European political community, designed to deal with security issues. “The leaders would like to create an informal and ‘very flexible’ body, reminiscent of the G7 or the G20,” he said.

Armenia, like Russia, is a member of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO). Political scientist Anton Bredikhin announced that Russia will soon enter the new format of the union statewhich will include Azerbaijan, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Transnistria and liberated in during the special operation territory of Ukraine.

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The European Union invited Armenia and Azerbaijan to an informal summit in Prague on 6 October. The meeting participants will discuss the need to create a new European political community, designed to ensure the security of the continent. This was reported by the British newspaper The Guardian. “Among other [на саммит] Norway and Switzerland, non-EU countries deeply integrated into the single market, as well as nine countries hoping to join the EU, including Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia and six Western countries, will be invited. Balkan states, as well as Armenia and Azerbaijan,” the article says. In addition, according to the publication, the British Prime Minister will be invited to the summit, “which, as many expect, will be Liz Truss.” However, now European diplomats are arguing about the need for Turkey to attend the meeting. “Greece and Cyprus, involved in long-standing disputes with Ankara, oppose the invitation of Turkey, which remains an official candidate for EU membership,” the authors of the newspaper explain. The President of the European Council, Charles Michel, said that the summit would raise the issue of creating a European political community, designed to deal with security issues. “Leaders would like to create an informal and ‘very flexible’ body, reminiscent of the G7 or the G20,” he said. Armenia, like Russia, is a member of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO). Political scientist Anton Bredikhin announced that Russia will soon enter a new format of a union state, which will include Azerbaijan, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Transnistria and the territories of Ukraine liberated during a special operation.

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