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Sustainability in the Black Sea Regional Cooperation: Advancing the Black Sea Synergy and the European Green Deal

On 17 June 2019 the Council adopted conclusions on the EU’s engagement to the Black Sea regional cooperation.

Ministers from seven Black Sea countries – Bulgaria, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, Romania, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine – are meeting in Bucharest today to endorse the Common Maritime Agenda for the Black Sea. With this, the Black Sea region joins the rest of the sea basins bordering the EU in setting a basin-wide initiative for more, and more sustainable, economic growth.

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Министры семи причерноморских государств — Болгарии, Грузии, Республики Молдова, Российской Федерации, Румынии, Турции и Украины — на сегодняшней встрече в Бухаресте одобрят Общую морскую повестку дня для региона Черного моря. Таким образом, регион Черного моря присоединиться к остальным морским бассейнам стран Европейского Союза в реализации общебассейновой инициативы в целях содействия более активному, и в то же время более устойчивому, экономическому росту.

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The EU supports regional development in South-East Europe with its Black Sea Synergy initiative. By encouraging cooperation between the countries surrounding the Black Sea, the synergy offers a flexible forum for developing practical region-wide solutions to address regional and global challenges.

By encouraging cooperation between the countries surrounding the Black Sea, the Black Sea synergy offers a forum for tackling common problems while encouraging political and economic reform.

EU COUNTRY ROADMAP FOR ENGAGEMENT WITH CIVIL SOCIETY 2014 - 2017

The Association Agreement (AA) between the European Union and Georgia fully entered into force on July 1 2016

Launched in 2013, the European Neighbourhood Program for Agriculture and Rural
Development (ENPARD) was developed by the European Union to boost the production of food
in Georgia and to reduce rural poverty.

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