20 Deliverables for 2020 for the Eastern Partnership – 2018 State of Play on Moldova

20 December 2018

Authors: Iulian Groza and Iulian Rusu

The 2018 Eastern Partnership (EaP) Summit endorsed the 20 Deliverables for 2020. The European Commission and EEAS is monitoring the implementation of the deliverables, focusing on the key achievements and areas where more effort is required. Moldova alongside with EaP countries perform their own assessment in the framework of regular meetings of the Platforms, Panels and Working Groups. A separate assessment is done by EURONEST and EaP Civil Society Forum. During the EaP Ministerial meeting held on 15 October 2018 the European Commission, EEAS, 28 EU member states and six EaP Countries have reviewed the state of play in the implementation of the 20 Deliverables.

In this regard, the Institute for European Policies and Reforms (IPRE) prepared this Monitoring Report that provides a general assessment of the 2018 State of Play in implementation of the 20 Deliverables by the Republic of Moldova (January – December 2018). The Analysis also includes a set of suggested priorities for 2019. The Report is complementary to the assessments provided by the European Commission, EEAS and the Republic of Moldova.

The Report was prepared by IPRE experts for the National Platform of the Civil Society Forum of the Eastern Partnership, in the framework of the project “Evaluation of the Republic of Moldova’s Participation in the Eastern Partnership”, implemented in collaboration and with the support of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.


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