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The Eastern Partnership enters a new decade

Despite all the input from numerous stakeholders, much remains to be seen in the future of the Eastern Partnership. The region has seen less than an ideal start to the new decade due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its multi-level implications for the EU and EaP countries.

If 2019 was dedicated to the tenth anniversary of the European Union’s Eastern Partnership (or EaP), 2020 has an intriguing question at its core: where to go next? This question loomed over the EU and decision-makers, state officials. The policy details of this question will stay with us until at least the next EaP summit in March 2021.
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November 16, 2020 - Pavel Havlíček - AnalysisIssue 6 2020Magazine

Ursula von der Leyen / On March 19th the European Commission presented its vision titled “Reinforcing Resilience – an Eastern Partnership that delivers for all”. Photo: (CC) European Commission

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