5. EU-Georgia Association Agreement [e-resource] // Official website of the European External Action Service. – URL: eeas.europa.eu/georgia/assoagreement/assoagreement-2013_en.htm (called: 04.12.2013). Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova have signed partnership agreements with the European Union, which Russia strongly rejects. „The EU is at your side, today more than ever,“ he told the leaders of the three countries, adding that there was nothing in the agreements that could harm Russia in any way. 9. Madrid European Council of 15 and 16 December 1995: Presidency conclusions. Annex 11: Barcelona Declaration [Electronic resource] // Official website of the Council of the European Union. – URL: www.consilium.europa.eu/uedocs/cms_data/docs/press-data/en/ec/00400-C.EN5.htm (Called: 03.06.2013). Russian President Vladimir Putin said that choosing Ukraine between Russia and the EU would divide it in two. Moscow is concerned about these economic activities – it fears that the Russian market will be overwhelmed by cheap products from the EU that would affect Russian producers.
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