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2024-05-17 09:03:22

Georgia and Moldova: Referendums and Elections Shaping EU Relations

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The upcoming parliamentary elections in Georgia and the referendum on EU membership in Moldova are central to the countries' relationships with the EU. Georgian President Salome Zourabichvili sees the elections as a referendum on Georgia's EU course and warns against a controversial spy law that could strain Western ties.

In Moldova, President Maia Sandu views the referendum on EU membership as crucial for sovereignty, while facing opposition preferring closer ties with Russia. Both countries are at a crossroads, with the outcomes potentially reshaping their alliances with the West.

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