The Eastern Partnership summit kicks off in Brussels. The main goal is to coordinate the foreign policy priorities. The Belarusian delegation is headed by Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei. The forum will discuss 20 deliverables to be achieved by 2020. Among them is the cancellation of roaming, affordable loans for small businesses, the construction of new roads, and energy efficiency. At the end of the summit, a joint declaration is to be signed. The Eastern Partnership initiative was developed almost ten years ago. Its participants are Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. The summits are held every two years. Our country, in turn, is the only state in the Eastern Partnership with no territorial conflicts.