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EPD attended the Eastern Partnership (EaP) Civil Society Forum, the first to be held in a non-EU country, from the 4-5th of October. The organisation took part in the first working group on Democracy, Human Right, Good Governance and Stability focusing particularly on electoral processes.

The forum released a number of statements on the situation in the 6 EaP countries before the vital summit to be held in Vilnius in November where it is expected that Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova will move towards closer integration with the European Union.

Read the General Statement of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society forum here.

To see all the resolutions passed at the Civil Society forum, click here.

To read the report from the Working Group on Democracy, Human Rights, Good Governance & Stability, click here.


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