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The 5th Eastern Partnership (EaP) summit in Brussels on 24 November, 2017.
No general economic platform for the Eastern Partnership countries can’t yet be discussed.
In Tbilisi, terrorists fired back at special forces for 20 hours.
November was marked by the “anti-corruption scandals”
The EU–Armenia Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement (CEPA) offers a fresh start for the deepening of the relations.
Instead of the President Vladimir Makei was the head of the Belarusian delegation at the Eastern Partnership Summit
On 19, November referendum on dismissing the Chisinau mayor (primar) was initiated by the Socialist party.
Negotiations on the base agreement between EU and Azerbaijan are still underway
The defence sector was a low priority in the political competition as it provided little political, economic and reputational incentives
No later than May, 2018 the Russian authorities are launching the temporary border control points on the Belarusian-Russian border.
Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetian met with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani
Kakha Kaladze with his considerable financial, administrative and domestic party support secured his victory in Tbilici mayor elections already in the first round
The Crimean Tatar leaders and Mejlis representatives, who had been illegally detained in the occupied Crimea, were released and flown to Turkey.
European parliament is calling for an investigation into the case of alleged corrupt relations between Azerbaijani and Council of Europe officials
Appointing new minister of Defense, Eugen Sturza, triggered battles between the President and the Speaker of the Parliament