The Economist writes about the European path of Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova and the Balkans

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"Joining the world's most successful club of peaceful, prosperous democracies will put Ukraine and its applicants for membership in the Western Balkans, Georgia and Moldova on a new and promising path", The Economist article says.

According to the article, 70 years after the first union of European countries, something similar to the feelings that inspired the founding fathers of the European Union is reawakening in the ruins of Ukraine, since now we are talking about the admission of nine new members, including Ukraine.

"The Economist" writes that leaving European neighbors in the gray zone opens the door to those who will destabilize the continent, starting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to the article, the integration of none of the countries will be easy, since Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine have territories occupied by Russia.

According to the article, when fulfilling its mission, the EU must make three firm commitments. First, it is a message of hope to applicants that some of the benefits of membership can be implemented in stages during economic reforms, including access to the single market.

According to The Economist, the second obligation of the European Union is that the internal reforms of the European Union should not hinder the membership of those who are ready for membership. According to the publication, the European Union should cancel the veto of one country on collective decisions.

As a third commitment, The Economist calls a mechanism according to which, in relation to newcomers with unstable governance, Brussels should have mechanisms for punishing bad behavior.





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The Economist writes about the European path of Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova and the Balkans

2023/09/1200-1696064646.jpg
Read: 954     12:00     30 Сентябрь 2023    

"Joining the world's most successful club of peaceful, prosperous democracies will put Ukraine and its applicants for membership in the Western Balkans, Georgia and Moldova on a new and promising path", The Economist article says.

According to the article, 70 years after the first union of European countries, something similar to the feelings that inspired the founding fathers of the European Union is reawakening in the ruins of Ukraine, since now we are talking about the admission of nine new members, including Ukraine.

"The Economist" writes that leaving European neighbors in the gray zone opens the door to those who will destabilize the continent, starting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to the article, the integration of none of the countries will be easy, since Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine have territories occupied by Russia.

According to the article, when fulfilling its mission, the EU must make three firm commitments. First, it is a message of hope to applicants that some of the benefits of membership can be implemented in stages during economic reforms, including access to the single market.

According to The Economist, the second obligation of the European Union is that the internal reforms of the European Union should not hinder the membership of those who are ready for membership. According to the publication, the European Union should cancel the veto of one country on collective decisions.

As a third commitment, The Economist calls a mechanism according to which, in relation to newcomers with unstable governance, Brussels should have mechanisms for punishing bad behavior.





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