The Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) and the European Endowment for Democracy hosted an expert discussion on Armenia-EU relations on 11 January 2017 – a timely juncture in view of forthcoming elections and Armenia-EU agreement developments.
When Russia’s Kommersant newspaper shut down its Ukrainian edition in March 2014 amid souring ties between the two countries and plummeting advertising revenues, Sergiy Sydorenko found himself out of a job.
During regular business hours, Polina Ceastuhina, 28, works as a communication expert at a creative agency in Chisinau. Victoria Apostol, 27, is employed at a human rights group in the Moldovan capital.
The European Endowment for Democracy was delighted to contribute to as a partner to the fifth Warsaw Dialogue for Democracy. The event, organised annually by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, brings together activists from around the world.