The Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (EaP CSF) has released the latest 2014 edition of its European Integration Index for Eastern Partnership Countries.
According to the 2014 edition of the European Integration Index, Moldova and to an even greater degree Georgia continued steady progress in integration with the EU, while Armenia and Ukraine experienced a stop-start trajectory, and a range of internal and external challenges.
- The differentiation between the six Eastern partner countries;
- The “more for more” approach;
- Dialogue and support to civil society and reform-minded actors as well as communication to demonstrate the benefits of integration with the EU.
The Index will be presented at a series of events accross the region this month.
Find out more on the Eastern Partnership Index website.
Read the Eap-CSF press release here.
Source: EU Neighbourhood Info Centre