This publication, prepared by the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum, assesses the readiness of Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine to join the EU – with their achievements and shortcomings since the conclusion of the Association Agreements with the EU.
At the same time, the successes of these three countries, which have chosen the European path, differ increasingly from the situation in Armenia and especially in Azerbaijan and Belarus.
For more details, read the article.
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