European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP)


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Partenariat Union européenne-Maroc 2020-2021 : la solidarité en actions et l’ambition du renouveau

Ce 24/02/2021, Madame Claudia WIEDEY, Ambassadrice de l’Union européenne, a donné une
conférence de presse, où les termes de partenariat solidaire et de renouveau ont caractérisé le bilan 2020 du partenariat et ses perspectives 2021.

Ci dessous les images pour illustrer cette année de partenariat. 

The European Union's European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) was launched in 2004 to support and foster stability, security and prosperity in the EU`s neighbourhood. The Review of the ENP in 2015 brought a change to the cooperation framework and proposed ways to build more effective partnerships in the Neighbourhood.


On 18 January, the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of the European Commission, Josep Borrell, met with President of the Republic of Moldova Maia Sandu.

Moroccans have a positive view of the EU, opinion poll finds

Security now features as a political priority in many bilateral dialogues and the EU funds initiatives that help strengthening countries’ and societies’ resilience in the Neighbourhood regions. In a fast evolving environment, tackling security related issues efficiently requires joint efforts and a creative mix of tools and actions. The EU is working closely with its Eastern and Southern neighbours on the following security-related areas, while maintaining human rights and good governance at the center of this cooperation.


Today, the European Commission presented to the Council draft negotiating frameworks for Albania and North Macedonia, laying out the guidelines and principles for their accession talks. The Commission was invited to submit these proposals in March 2020 by the General Affairs Council when it took the decision to open negotiations with both countries.