Eastern Partnership becomes more ‘practical’. What does Moldova gain?

Denis Cenusa

A new Eastern Partnership summit will take place in Brussels in November 2017. Until then, the EU aims to obtain concrete results in its relationship with each of the Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries, based on a Plan of Action for 2017-2020.

The achievement of tangible results is a major objective setout in the strategic documents of the EU, such as EU Global Strategy (IPN, July 2016) and the revised European Neighborhood Policy (IPN, November 2015). So, the EU is determined to switch over toconcrete deeds, with measurable results. This necessity is not at all accidental...