While many countries, including those in the EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood, started to lift the anti-coronavirus preventive measures, the political, social, and economic consequences of the pandemic remain yet to be seen. It is already apparent that the Eastern Partnership economies are being hit as hard, if not harder than the EU.
On June 17, the “3 DCFTAs” Project, in cooperation with the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum and the Ukrainian Think Tanks Liaison Office in Brussels (UTTLOB) with the support of the EU, organised an online-webinar “Economic and Social Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Eastern Partnership Countries”.
● Michael Emerson, CEPS, Belgium
● Olena Carbou, Ukrainian Think Tanks Liaison Office in Brussels, Belgium
Jeroen Willems, Deputy Head of Unit, DG NEAR, European Commission
Speakers & Panelists:
● Tamara Kovziridze, Reformatics, Georgia
● Benyamin Poghosyan, Political Science Association of Armenia, Armenia
● Denis Cenusa, Expert-Grup, Moldova
● Veronika Movchan, Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting, Ukraine
● Andrei Yahorau, Centre for European Transformation, Belarus, EaP CSF
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“3 DCFTAs” project is funded by the Government of Sweden
This event is organised with the support of the European Union
within the project “Securing continuation of reforms and European integration of Ukraine”