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CHISINAU, November 7. /TASS/. The seventh session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Democracy and Economic Development /GUAM/ will be held in the Moldovan capital city Chisinau on November 10 through 11, the press service of the Moldovan parliament said on Friday.
“The forum will discuss measures to solve existing conflicts in GUAM member states and the general situation in the region,” the press service said. Other topics will include cooperation with the European Union, cooperation within the framework of the European Union’s Eastern Partnership programme and closer ties in the areas of economy and trade.
GUAM is a regional organizations established by Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova in 1997. Its goals are to develop cooperation in the areas of economy, trade, transport, security and others. Moldova is holding presidency in this organization in 2014. The Chisinau session will be attended by lawmakers from Estonia’s, Lithuania’s, Latvia’s and Poland’s parliaments, representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC) and the Visegrad Group.