Participation of ENP partners in EU programmes and agencies is a mean to promote reform and modernisation in the EU’s neighbourhood and strengthen administrative and regulatory convergence of partner countries with the EU.
Recently EU programmes were reviewed in the context of preparing the new EU budget, with a view to launching new EU programmes for 2014-2020. A number of these programmes offer the possibility of some form of participation of ENP countries.
In this light, the EEAS and the Directorate General for Development and cooperation organised an information meeting on the participation of ENP partners in the 2014-2020 EU programmes, which was held in Brussels on the 3rd of December 2013.
The meeting gave an overview of the content of the new programmes which are open to some form of participation of ENP countries, and of the conditions for participation. Both programmes which are open to full participation of the ENP countries provided that the country has concluded an enabling Protocol to its agreement with the EU, as well as programmes offering ENP partners the possibility of participation in certain activities without signing such protocol were presented
Asylum and Migration Fund [370 KB]
Copernicus [2 MB]
European Earth Observation Programme
Customs 2020 [157 KB]
Functioning and modernisation of the Customs Union [173 KB]
European Maritime and Fisheries Fund [492 KB]
Galileo and EGNOS Programmes [958 KB]
Positioning, Search and Rescue services
Health for Growth [298 KB]
Improving people's health and reducing health inequalities [340 KB]
Horizon 2020 [612 KB]
Framework Programme for Research and Innovation
Internal Security Fund [250 KB]
Supporting a common visa policy and integrated borders management
Pericles 2020 [332 KB]
Programme for the protection of the euro against counterfeiting [304 KB]
SESAR JU [492 KB]
Air Traffic Management modernisation [312 KB]