18 Dec 2009

On track. Moldova wants EU integration, but needs to do its homework first

George Dura

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Negotiations for a new Association Agreement between the European Union and Moldova are scheduled to begin on 12 January 2010, but, according to CEPS researcher George Dura, moves towards further visa liberalisation and a deep and comprehensive free trade area with the EU will largely depend on the sustainability and operability of the new government.

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