Política Europea de Vecindad


  • 14/04/2014
    Council conclusions on Ukrainepdf
  • 14/04/2014
    European Commission welcomes adoption of temporary tariff cuts for Ukrainian exports to the EU
  • 11/04/2014
    15 63679 1 Investment conferences in Moldova and Georgia in 12-13 June 2014 Investment conferences in Moldova and Georgia in 12-13 June 2014

    Investment conferences in Moldova and Georgia will be held on the occasion of the visits of European Commission President José Manuel Barroso to those countries on 12 and 13 June 2014 respectively. The European Union has confirmed its objective to further strengthen the political association and economic integration with both countries, and aims to sign the Association Agreements including Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Areas (AA/DCFTAs) no later than June 2014.

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    Investment conferences in Moldova and Georgia in 12-13 June 2014 English (en)

Otras noticias

With its European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP), the EU is seeking to reinforce relations with neighbouring countries to the east and south in order to promote prosperity, stability and security at its borders.

Just released: ENP Communication English (en) and progress reports English (en)
Press release and press memos: Neighbourhood at the crossroads – taking stock of a year of challenges

The ENP was launched in 2004 to promote closer relations with the countries adjacent to the EU. Prosperity, stability and security in these areas are in the mutual interest of the EU and its neighbours.

At present, 16 partners are addressed by the ENP: Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, the Republic of Moldova, Morocco, the occupied Palestinian territory, Syria, Tunisia and Ukraine.

The ENP provides the EU with the means to deepen bilateral relations with these countries. The policy is based upon a mutual commitment to common values: democracy and human rights, rule of law, good governance, market economy principles and sustainable development.

But the ENP also takes relations beyond standard cooperation or trade agreements to offer political association and deeper economic integration, increased mobility and increased people-to-people contacts.

Countries wishing to deepen their relationship with the EU agree joint bilateral action plans to this effect. These set out an agenda of political and economic reforms for a period of three to five years. To date, 12 action plans have been agreed (some of these are already ’second generation‘), with the ENP yet to be fully ‘activated’ for Algeria, Belarus, Libya and Syria.

The ENP is further supported by regional forms of cooperation such as the Eastern Partnership English (en) français (fr) , the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (EUROMED) Deutsch (de) English (en) français (fr) , and the Black Sea Synergy Deutsch (de) English (en) français (fr) .


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