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EU assistance to Georgia is increasing!!

The disbursement decided today is part of the EU’s long-standing support to Georgia and its citizens. On the back of successful completion of critical reform commitments and improved stability, but at a time when our partner continues to face a challenging balance-of-payments and fiscal situation, the EU’s assistance will help alleviate Georgia’s short-term financing needs.   It will also support… Read more →

Interview with Tarlev Vasile from AEGEE-CHISINAU

Did you ever wonder where Chisinau is, in which country it is and how its relations with the EU are? We asked to Tarlev Vasile of AEGEE-CHISINAU to know more about their country!!   -How would you describe the democratic progress in your country? (independent press, rule of law, rights of minorities) +EU-Moldova relations have deepened as a result of… Read more →

Crackdown in Belarus, the EU at Splitting Pathways

Months long protests lead to escalation In the EaP March report on the situation in Belarus, the high tensions and widespread dissatisfaction in the general population of Belarus was pointed out. Since then the situation grew more complicated and explosive, culminating in the internationally reported Freedom Day protest on March, 25th. Those gatherings, happening not only in Minsk but all… Read more →

An interview with AEGEE-Tbilisi

Did you ever wonder where Tbilisi is, in which country it is and how its relations with the EU are? We asked the Vice-President of AEGEE-Tbilisi, Maryam Mumladze!   How would you describe the democratic progress in your country? (independent press, rule of law, rights of minorities) As Georgia is the developing country, a lot of changes happens in a… Read more →

EU grants visa free travel to Georgia

“Congratulations! This is a truly Historic Day! Thank you, EU Parliament for granting visa free travel to citizens of Georgia!”, was twittered by the Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili regarding the decision on Georgia’s visa liberalization. On 2nd of February the European Parliament adopted the proposal on visa liberalization for Georgia, which will enable biometric passport holders to enter… Read more →

Moldova: Looking for a new direction!

On February 7th, the President of Moldova, Igor Dodon, made his second official visit, after Moscow,  to the European Union institutions and he had several meeting with EU officials. That is an important step for the EU-Moldova relations, since people expressed their concerns about the strong will of the new President to improve Chisinau’s relations with Moscow, considering that he suggested during… Read more →

Can EU act upon Ukraine’s « Alternative Peace » ?

Although the conflict disappeared more and more from the Western media, the fight hadn’t really stopped since the ceasefire decided in Minsk in February 2015, as illustrated by the OSCE which reports it has been violated thousands of times. However, 10 days ago, the low-level fighting unexpectedly escalated on the Eastern border of Ukraine bringing the hope to reach peace… Read more →

New agreement for new priorities

“Azerbaijan is one of the countries which we would like to further develop relations with and the EU remains the country’s largest trading partner. Energy is an important part of the mutual cooperation. The EU stands ready to continue supporting Azerbaijan in the diversification of economy,” those were the words of the Director General for the European Neighborhood Policy and… Read more →

Azerbaijan between EAP and new challenges

The decision on the continuation of cooperation between Azerbaijan and the EU on the development of a new legal basis has been made in these last months of 2016. Many people sustain that the Eastern Partnership of the EU is losing its attractiveness since the global scenario is changing faster, and so countries as Azerbaijan faces new challenges outside this… Read more →

Georgia´s European choice

On 2nd of December 2016 the European Union and Georgia held the 3rd meeting of the Association Council. During the meeting a broad spectrum of topics was discussed. In general both sides perceived Georgia´s European aspiration as well as its continuing objective to create a democratic, stable and prosperous country and reaffirmed their commitment to Georgia’s political and economic integration… Read more →

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