Delegation to Ukraine
Brussels, 24 November 2015. In an agreement signed today, the EU, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine have decided to strengthen their border cooperation. The agreement foresees an enhanced mandate which consolidates the Memorandum of Understanding establishing the European Commission Border Assistance Mission to the Republic of Moldova and to Ukraine (EUBAM), as well as its extension for additional 48 months.
This morning, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport Tibor Navracsics and Ukrainian Vice-Prime Minister and Minister of Culture Vyacheslav Kyrylenko signed an agreement in Kyiv (10:00 CET), whereby Ukraine will participate in Creative Europe, the EU programme for the cultural and creative sectors.
18/11/2015 - Review of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP): stronger partnerships for a stronger neighbourhood
The European Commission and the EU's High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy have unveiled today the main lines of the review of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP), spelling out the Union's renewed approach to its eastern and southern neighbours. The review follows broad consultations with Member States, partner countries, international organisations, social partners, civil society and academia.
Working together in Ukraine
The EU supports the people in the Rivne Region in starting their own business and growing fruits and berries. The project enhances social and economic development in a region contaminated with radiation following the Chernobyl disaster in 1986
- 23/11/15 - New EU funding for Palestine refugees and vulnerable Palestinian families through United Nations Relief and Works Agency
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 23 November 2015 The EU provides additional €10 million in support to UNRWA to keep schools open and to maintain core services for Palestinian refugees. Furthermore, Austria and Portugal provide €1.525 million through PEGASE in support to vulnerable Palestinian families.
- 23/11/15 - The European Commission announces development support for Madagascar
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 23 November 2015 The European Commission today announced it will provide €518 million to Madagascar, as part of its development cooperation programmes to help reduce poverty in the African country covering the period 2014-2020.
- 23/11/15 - EU extends mandate of Special Representative for the South Caucasus and the crisis in Georgia
- 20/11/15 - Counter-Terrorism : Conclusions of the meeting of Council of the EU and Member States