Implementation of the European Neighbourhood Policy in 2011-Invitation to contribute information
European External Action Service
Implementation of the European Neighbourhood Policy in 2011 - Invitation to contribute information
In May 2011, the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and the European Commission published the fifth set of ENP progress reports, on the implementation of the European Neighbourhood Policy in 2010. In preparing these reports, the European External Action Service (EEAS) and the services of the Commission made use of contributions received from civil society in their specific areas of expertise.
The EEAS and the Commission services are now beginning the preparations for the sixth package of progress reports, which will cover implementation in 2011 and which will be adopted in spring 2012. This package will be addressed to the Council and the European Parliament, and presented to the ENP partners concerned. It will also be made available to the public at large. It will cover all ENP partner countries with which an ENP Action Plan is agreed, thus, in alphabetical order: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Moldova, Morocco, the occupied Palestinian Territory, Tunisia and Ukraine. (http://ec.europa.eu/world/enp/documents_en.htm#2)
The purpose of this “ENP package” is to report on the progress achieved by the ENP partners in the implementation during 2011 of the commitments made in their respective ENP Action Plans, which are agreed between the EU and the country in question. The reports are not general reports on the political and economic realities of the country. Their scope is limited to the implementation of the Action Plans. To read earlier reports, please click here http://ec.europa.eu/world/enp/documents_en.htm#3
In order to ensure a maximum of transparency and objectivity in the reports, the EEAS and the Commission services draws on the widest possible array of sources. In this context, all interested parties, including non-governmental organisations and other interested organisations active in the fields covered by the ENP Action Plans are invited to provide any information, reports or
- please be sure to indicate clearly, in the heading of your message, the country in relation to which your information is provided;
- please be brief and concise;
- always provide a reference for the information provided but please note that no source will be quoted in the final reports; and
- please send your information to ENP-2012-Progress-Reports@eeas.europa.eu before 1 December 2011
The progress reports are of a synthetic nature and therefore, not all information received can be part of the final reports. Nor do the reports refer to individual cases, whether indicative of positive or negative developments. However, all contributions are always highly valuable for the general background.
Thank you in advance for any contributions.
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