The Lithuanian parliament at its meeting on Tuesday ratified the association agreements between Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova and the European Union, the Lithuanian Foreign Ministry wrote on its Twitter page.
“Strong support and encouragement for European path - Lithuania's gov. ratified EU AA w Ukraine, Georgia & Moldova!” reads the message. On June 27 the EU and Ukraine completed the signing of the Association Agreement, including a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area. On the same day Moldova and Georgia signed a similar agreement with the European Union. To ratify the agreement the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry is preparing a package of documents for submission to the President. According to recent reports, it is being agreed in ministries and agencies. The first EU country to ratify the Association Agreement between the EU and these three countries became Romania. The ratification took place on July 2. The same day, Moldova ratified its agreement with the EU.