EU brings forward Moldova, Georgia deals

Crisis in Crimea prompts EU leaders to push for completion of deals by mid-year.

The European Union has brought forward plans to sign major political and trade agreements with Moldova and Georgia, in a move intended to show solidarity with the two countries most immediately challenged by Russia’s seizure of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula.

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