EU Association Agreements examined

31 January 2018

The Exiting the European Union Committee considers how the EU Association Agreements with Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine could inform future UK-EU relations.

Having examined the CETA negotiations and eventual agreement, the Committee will no look at the EU's Association Agreements, which create a framework for co-operation between the EU and non-EU countries. Recent examples have been agreements with Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. The Committee will focus on what lessons can be learned from these negotiations and how relevant EU Association Agreements may be in informing the future relationship between the UK and EU.

This oral evidence session is part of the Committee's overarching inquiry looking at the progress of the UK’s negotiations on EU withdrawal.


Wednesday 31 January, Boothroyd Room, Portcullis House

From 9.15am

  • Michael Emerson, Associate Senior Research Fellow, Centre for European Policy Studies
  • Dr Tamara Kovziridze, co-founder, Reformatics; and chief negotiator and coordinator of Georgian-EU negotiations on their Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement, 2009-2012
  • Dmytro Tupchiienko, Data Protection Lawyer, EY and former EU policy adviser to the Government of Ukraine

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