The next stage of the Eastern Partnership: Priorities for the cooperation with Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova
On October 5, 2021, the Center Liberal Modernity held the public discussion on priorities for cooperation with Ukraine, Georgia, and Moldova under the Eastern Partnership Plus project. The discussion included the presentation of two policy papers from the Center Liberal Modernity on anti-corruption assessment and opportunities around the European Green Deal. The high-level panelists from the German Foreign Office, the European Parliament and the European Commission noted that the December EaP Summit should be a new landmark to provide these three associated states with new concrete incentives and to meet the expectations of civil societies. Germany should play a decisive role in this process.
Many thanks to all participants, especially to the German Foreign Office and our partner organizations in the associated states.
Matthias Lüttenberg, Beauftragter für Osteuropa im Auswärtigen Amt Foto: Mark Feigman
Stephan Bischoff, Marieluise Beck, Matthias Lüttenberg Foto: Mark Feigman
Above: Oleksandr Sushko, Victoria Rosa, Ivane Chkhikvadze
Below: Georg Zachmann, Khatia Kikalishvili, Rebecca Harms Foto: Mark Faigman
Supported by the German Foreign Office, Civil Society Corporation.