The Eastern Partnership (EaP) Reality Check debate took place in Paris, France on April, 16. It was aimed at examining the state of play of the European association process in Georgia, Ukraine, Republic of Moldova, while taking into consideration geopolitical and security constraints in the wider Black Sea area.
Sergiy Solodkyy, first deputy director of the New Europe Center presented his ideas on the developments in Ukraine regarding the European integration. The discussion brought together think tank representatives from Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine as well as Romanian and French policy professionals, MPs, media, public officials, experts working on EaP issues, and international community representatives based in Paris.
The event was organised by the EU Institute for Security Studies (Paris), the Romanian Embassy in Paris, the Georgian Institute of Politics (Tbilisi), the Institute for European Policies and Reforms (Chisinau), and New Europe Center (Kyiv).