The EEA Agreement covers most aspects of Liechtenstein's relations with the EU, including:
In December 2015, the EU and Liechtenstein signed an agreement on automatic exchange of information on tax matters, which will significantly improve the fight against tax evasion. The new agreement is scheduled to come into force by 2017.
In the United Nations, Liechtenstein's approach is to support the EU's foreign policy and align itself with relevant EU measures.
The 1st May 2020 marked the 25th anniversary of Liechtenstein’s accession to the EEA. According to a government report published on this occasion, the EEA constitutes a major factor in the country's economic success. A survey reveals that the agreement enjoys wide support among the Liechtenstein population.