The country guidance documents consist of two parts: the guidance note and the common analysis. Each part has several chapters, which mirror each other and include the following contents:
The content of the common analysis is more detailed and presents the basis for the assessment as well as its conclusions. The corresponding chapters in the guidance note only outline the conclusions.
The explanations that follow refer primarily to the approach taken in the respective common analysis chapters. For more information on the difference between the common analysis and guidance note, see ‘What is the difference between the common analysis and the guidance note?’ in the section About country guidance.