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Gdansk as a bridge between East and West

I feel that we, the countries recently accepted to the European Union, are well positioned to help the aspiring, new democracies reach their dreams of EU accession. That is the reason why I decided to engage in CORLEAP, the forum of local and regional authorities from the European Union and six Eastern Partnership countries. It is the only EU platform that offers an opportunity to discuss the contribution by cities and regions to the development of the Eastern Partnership: Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Armenia.
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