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10 Years of the Eastern Partnership: From Prague to Brussels and Where to Go Next?

Pavel Havlíček Pavel Havlíček / Ed. 28. 8. 2019
10 Years of the Eastern Partnership: From Prague to Brussels and Where to Go Next?
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In 2019, the Eastern Partnership (EaP) celebrated its 10th birthday during the sixth EaP high-level meeting in Brussels, and the time has come to reflect on its past, present and future developments.

An important milestone for the Eastern Partnership will be the year of 2020, when the implementation phase of the 20 reform points for 2020 will come to an end. In addition, by 2020, many points from the associated agreements as well as the bilateral agenda will have to be delivered by both the EU and EaP countries. This is particularly true in case of Ukraine, but to a lesser extent also Georgia and Moldova. This means that after 2020 there will be a need for a new set of interactions.

Read more in the article.

Originally published: 10 Years of the Eastern Partnership: From Prague to Brussels and Where to Go Next?

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