10th Anniversary of the Eastern Partnership — Outcomes and way forward
March 22, 2019

10th Anniversary of the Eastern Partnership — Outcomes and way forward

Young European Ambassadors from Moldova and Ukraine, as well as one of the students from the EaP European School in Tbilisi participated in the 2019 IPRE School in Moldova which was dedicated to the 10th Anniversary of the EaP. The aim of the project was to help better understand the challenges associated with the future of the Eastern Partnership, and with the Implementation of the Association Agreements/DCFTAs with Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. Students also developed skills in policy analysis and critical thinking.

Delegates had a chance to discuss the future of the Eastern Partnership with different Ambassadors in Moldova (e.g. Head of EU Delegation to the Republic of Moldova, Ambassadors from Romania, Sweden, Poland, Germany and others)


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