For two days Brussels will be seeing the summit of the leaders of the EU and the Western Balkans, a European Council session and the Euro summit. High on the European Council agenda are debates over the bloc’s relations with close partners in Europe, the situation in Ukraine, and the accession requests by the Republic of Moldova and Georgia. Romania is being represented in the EU leaders’ summit and the European Council by its president Klaus Iohannis, who hailed the recommendation of the European Commission to grant the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine the status of EU candidates. The Commission has acknowledged the European aspirations of Georgia, but this country hasn’t met all the conditions to get the statute of candidate country. The euro summit due tomorrow will have high on the agenda the economic situation of the bloc and the developments concerning the banking union and the capital markets.