The new issue of the Prague Process Quarterly Review covers the first quarter 2021.
Since 2013, this tool provides the latest updates about the Process and highlights relevant migration-related developments in the region.
As announced by the Czech Minister of the Interior in March 2021, the coming 1,5 years shall focus on the formulation of the Prague Process’ political mandate for the period 2023-2027. The various changes witnessed across the Prague Process region over the past decade require comprehensive, innovative solutions and continuous dialogue among the participating states. This is equally confirmed by the most recent developments observed in the first quarter of 2021, covered by this issue of the Quarterly Review.
While the Portuguese Presidency of the EU Council aims to reach an agreement on the EU’s New Pact on Migration and Asylum, the members of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) pursue closer integration and better conditions for migrant workers from within the Union and neighbouring states, including through the organised recruitment of labour force. While Greece, Ireland and the UK look to expand their visa and citizenship provisions, Georgia proudly celebrates the fifth anniversary of the Visa Liberalization Action Plan with the EU. Meanwhile, the EU-Armenia relations enter a new stage as the Comprehensive and Enhanced Partnership Agreement (CEPA) becomes operational.
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