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|Numărul 4(83) / 2018 / ISSN 1812-2566|
The Eastern Partnership is a specific dimension of the European Neighborhood Policy, based on common values, mutual interests, political, economic and social resilience both in the EU and the partner countries. In article the main attention is paid to the modernization processes and reforms, difficulties of democratic transition and to the opportunities and challenges concerning the association-related reforms in conditions of European integration. The EU’s capacity to adapt to existing circumstances and learn from its experience will be key in promoting a more effective approach in the future. According joint Declaration Eastern Partnership Summit 2017, future cooperation will be based on following areas: economic development and support to grassroots civil society organizations; improving the capacity of partner countries to take ad-vantage of the trade opportunities with the EU; reform commitments and new communication approach on assistant for the Eastern Partnership. Despite progress in acknowledging the complexity of its Eastern neighborhood and the gradual revision of its policy frameworks, the EU needs to define better the differentiated goals it wants to achieve together with its Eastern partners and to clarify its operational understanding of resilience. European Union and Republic of Moldova work in close cooperation to improve the quality of life and to move towards a new stage in modernizing country and in the comprehensive development of the society.