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Ukraine and Moldova have been granted EU candidacy status. But they face a long and complex process.
Ukraine and Moldova have both become candidates for EU accession. It's the first step on a complex path to membership.
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Ukraine and Moldova have been granted EU candidate status. DW's Alexandra von Nahmen looks at why this is significant.
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