In this position paper, the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (EaP CSF) welcomes the release of the Joint Staff Working Document (JSWD), ‘Recovery, resilience and reform: post 2020 Eastern Partnership priorities’ on July 2, 2021, and outlines civil society’s recommendations on several issues within the post-2020 priorities.
According to the paper, these priorities deserve further reflection from the European Union in order to set out a convincing, definitive and ambitious plan to chart an unambiguous course of action for recovery that also delivers on the political promises of the Eastern Partnership initiative.
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