|de Souza, Lúcio Vinhas
|Centre for Economic Policy Research
|Blog & Commentary
The special European Council meeting held in February 2024 had Ukraine, and its future relations with the European Union (EU), as one of its main topics. This column examines the institutional and financial implications of past and future EU enlargements, and argues that the progress made towards Ukrainian accession has direct – and positive – implications for the other candidate countries of Moldova and Georgia.
|Politics and International Relations
|Countries / Regions
|Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine
|European Union [EU]