“The Eastern Partnership initiative delivered many results, from Association Agreements to visa-free travel. But since 2009 the regional environment changed and the EaP countries are facing new challenges. In order to stay relevant, EaP has to expand on issues such as security and integration of more sectors between EU and Ukraine,”
Leo Litra, New Europe Center Senior Research Fellow, spoke on the event “Reviving the Eastern Partnership” in Brussels, the fourth event within the framework of the EaP workshops. Previous events took place in Chisinau, Kyiv and Tbilisi.
The participants gathered to assess the impact of the EU’s Eastern Partnership until date, as well as identify and compile the current trends, current problems, and best practices from Eastern Partnership member countries, especially from Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia.
As part of the event, the researchers presented the publication on how the future of the EU’s Eastern Partnership might be changed. The paper will be available soon. Stay tuned for updates!
The event was organised by the European Liberal Forum. Supported by Friedrich Naumann Foundation Southeast Europe and Asociatia Presei Independente. Co-funded by the European Parliament