Study: Association agreements between the EU and Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine

Source: Kamil Calus, Facebook
 

On August 30, 2018, our colleague, Kamil Całus, from the Centre for Eastern Studies (OSW) in Warsaw, presented in Bruxelles at the reunion of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET) the briefing paper dedicated to the implementation of the Association Agreement and DCFTA between European Union and the Republic of Moldova, elaborated in cooperation with Dr Angela Gramada from the Security and Global Affairs Association (ESGA) in Bucharest, and Dr Piotr Oleksy from University of Poznań. The policy briefing was elaborated between March-May, 2018, before organizing and invalidating the election results for the Chisinau City Hall. The authors’ recommendations and conclusions did not refer to these events.

The analysis also includes a policy briefing of the implementation of the Association Agreement between the EU and Georgia, written by Dr Nona Mikhalidze from the Istituto Affari Internazionali, and a policy briefing of the implementation of the Association Agreement between the EU and Ukraine was written by Dr Andriy Tyushka from the College of Europe (Natolin campus).

The full text of the study can be found here:

Association agreements between the EU and Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine. European Implementation Assessment

The presentations of the three reports can be found here:

 Committee on Foreign Affairs, European Parliament

 

History:

“In August, 2017 the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET) was requested to draw up three own-initiative reports on the implementation of the EU association agreements with Moldova (2017/2281(INI)), Georgia (2017/2282(INI)) and Ukraine (2017/2283(INI)). Petras Auštrevičius (ALDE, Lithuania) was appointed the rapporteur on Moldova. Andrejs Mamikins (S&D, Latvia) was appointed the rapporteur on Georgia. Michael Gahler (EPP, Germany) was appointed the rapporteur on Ukraine. This European Implementation Assessment (EIA) has been prepared to accompany the scrutiny work of the AFET committee and its implementation reports.”(Source: European Parliament Think Tank)

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