‘Reaching the Tipping-point of Visa-free Travel for Eastern Partner Countries’

April 12, 2012

Four PASOS policy briefs were released at this March 27 seminar in Brussels, as part of “Paving the road towards visa-free travel between the Eastern Partnership countries and the EU.”

The PASOS-led project promotes visa liberalisation between the six EaP countries and the European Union.

At the seminar, the following new policy briefs on the progress made, and challenges ahead, were presented by leading think-tank analysts from the Eastern Partnership countries:

Moldova on the visa liberalization path: taking stock of achievements and failures by Leonid Litra, IDIS Viitorul

Ukraine’s progress towards visa liberalisation with the EU by Oleksandr Sushko and Europe without Barriers, Ukraine

Paving the Road towards Visa-free Travel between the Eastern Partnership countries and the EU; Case of Azerbaijan by the Center for Economic and Social Development (CESD), Azerbaijan

Where do we stand with the visa liberalization process? International Center for Human Development (ICHD), Armenia

The project’s recent policy brief on the challenges at the EU level – by Piotr Kaźmierkiewicz, Migration and visa policy expert, Institute of Public Affairs, Poland, and Nadya Dimitrova, Migration and visa policy expert, European Institute, Bulgaria, is available here: No shortcuts on the road to freedom of movement for the EU’s Eastern neighbours

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