The discussion “The Eastern Partnership before the Vilnius Summit: What has been achieved and what comes next?” will take place in Berlin on November 15 between 9:30 and 11:00
The discussion “The Eastern Partnership before the Vilnius Summit: What has been achieved and what comes next?” will take place at GIZ Berlin (Reichpietschufer 20, 10785) on November 15 between 9:30 and 11:00.
After the presentation of the European Integration Index for Eastern Partnership Countries developed by the International Renaissance Foundation, Open Society Foundations, and EaP Civil Society Forum, participants will discuss the current state of reforms in the EaP states, touching upon the role of Russia and the future of EaP with experts from Armenia, Moldova, and Ukraine.
Iryna Solonenko (researcher at the European University Viadrina / EaP Index expert), Boris Navasardyan (President of the Yerevan Press Club), Oleksandr Sushko (Director of Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation), and Viorel Ursu (Senior Policy Analyst of the Open Society European Policy Institute) will be in attendance.
Registration – via email email@example.com before November 12.
The Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius at the end of November will reveal how successful the EU was in anchoring its Eastern neighbours to its ambitious integration project. The key question of this summit is whether Ukraine will sign an Association Agreement and a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement. Georgia and Moldova are also on the way to initialing similar documents with the EU.
European Council on Foreign Relations
Main objective of the International Renaissance Foundation is to provide financial and operational assistance to the development of an open and democratic society in Ukraine by supporting key civic initiatives in this area.