The latest CEPI study “VisegrAid 4 Moldova: Effectiveness by Collaboration” analyses the scope of assistance and activities of the Visegrad Four countries in Moldova.

The purpose of the study was to review individual countries’ projects and identify gaps and redundancies to encourage a more effective use of V4 resources.

The study, co-authored by Dániel Bartha, David Král, Michal Skala, Anita Sobják, Zsuzsanna Végh and Denis Cenusa, offers recommendations on how and where to concentrate bilateral aid and joint International Visegrad Fund assistance in Moldova, which has been one of the priorities of the V4. Authors of the paper target governmental authorities and non-governmental organisations active in the field of development aid and encourage them to foster a more focused cooperation among the key stakeholders in Moldova.

The study is to be presented today at the CEPI premises at Klariská 14, Bratislava, by Dániel Bartha (Central European Policy Institute), Zsuzsanna Végh (CEU Center for EU Enlargement Studies – CENS), and Michal Skala (Slovak Atlantic Commission – SAC), with opening remarks by Ms Karla Wursterová, Executive Director of the International Visegrad Fund.