Kyiv and Chisinau this year are waiting for the decision of Brussels on the start of negotiations on their membership in the EU, and Georgia is waiting for the status of a candidate country for joining the European Union. The probability of a positive decision in the three countries is considered high. Corresponding signals are sent by the EU. In particular, this was done by the head of the European Parliament, Roberta Metsola, who met with the speaker of the Moldovan parliament, Igor Grosu. From a goal that was previously perceived as abstract and unattainable, the European integration of Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine has turned into a tangible prospect. It will be difficult — if not impossible — for Moscow to compete for influence in these countries.