The next stage of the Eastern Part­ner­ship: Pri­or­i­ties for the coop­er­a­tion with Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova

Foto: Mark Feigman


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.